Intertwined: Transpacific, Transcultural Philippines

This exhibition seeks to illuminate our transpacific heritage generated by regional and global maritime exchanges from prehistory to the Spanish and early American colonial periods when ancient trade networks in the Indian Ocean and South China Sea stretched across the Pacific to Latin America, North America, and Europe.

Manila was the Asian fulcrum of this early global exchange, playing a key role in complex, multidirectional circulations of cultures whose impact survives in the material cultures of Asia, Europe, and the Americas to this day.

Curated by Florina Capistrano-Baker, Ph.D.
date_range 4 Dec 2021- 31 Dec 2022
location_on 3F Main Galleries

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La Carroza 1

Fernando Zobel, 1952-1953

Medium

Oil on hardboard

Dimensions

60 x 29.5 cm

Collection

Painting

Acknowledgement

Private Collection

Location

3F Main Galleries

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After a Day's Toil

Vicente Dizon, Undated

Medium

Oil on back of masonite

Dimensions

92 x 121.5 cm

Collection

Painting

Acknowledgement

Josefina Dizon-Henson Collection

Location

3F Main Galleries

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Balvino Mauricio

Jose Honorato Lozano, 1864

Medium

Oil on canvas

Dimensions

95 x 114 cm

Acknowledgement

Del Monte Corporation Collection

Location

3F Main Galleries

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