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Nam June Paik in Manila
León Gallery International is holding the first dedicated exhibition of works by visionary Korean artist Nam June Paik.
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The Kingly Treasures 2018
León Gallery invites you to The Kingly Treasures 2018 Opening Cocktails, Auction and Preview.
Saturday | December 1, 2018
Wednesday | November 28, 2018
G/F Eurovilla 1 Rufino corner Legazpi Streets Legazpi Village, Makati City Philippines
November 24 – 30, 2018
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
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Nam June Paik in Manila
October 29, 2018
León Gallery International collaborates with Gagosian Gallery By A&M
Nam June Paik, ‘One Candleʼ, 1989. Image courtesy of León Gallery International.
León Gallery International is holding the first dedicated exhibition of works by visionary Korean artist Nam June Paik (1932-2006) in the Philippines from 22 October to 30 November 2018.
‘Nam June Paik in Manilaʼ is presented in collaboration with Gagosian Gallery, which has represented the artistʼs estate since 2015. It showcases 24 works made by Paik — widely regarded as a pioneer in video art — between 1983 to 2005. Highlights include ‘TV Buddhaʼ (1976), which shows a statue of a sitting Buddha looking at his own image on closed-circuit TV, ‘One Candleʼ (1989), a burning candle placed within a TV casing that is filmed by a video camera then projected onto the walls, and ‘Bakelite Robotʼ (2002), a human-like figure fashioned from vintage Bakelite radios.
Nam June Paik, ‘Bakelite Robotʼ, 2002, one-channel video installation with 4 14.2cm LCD monitors, 2 10.2cm LCD colour monitors, coloured electric lights, 92 x 92 x 19.7cm. Image courtesy of Gagosian Gallery. Speaking about the exhibition, Gallery Director Jaime Ponce de León revealed that it came about through conversations between Ken Hakuta, the executor of the late artistʼs estate and Magdalina Juntilla, Manager of León Gallery International.
He also noted that all the works in the exhibition are for sale, with prices available upon request, and indicated his optimism about the showʼs reception in the Philippine capital. “The thriving Manila art market is ripe for the showing of great international art,” says de León. “The intellectual curiosity is there, coupled with collectors who are increasingly willing to spend on international art.” Next year, a major retrospective is planned for the artist at the Tate Modern with San Francisco Museum. Titled ‘Nam June Paik: The Future is Nowʼ, it is slated to open in October 2019.
Nam June Paik In Manila: Opening
October 22, 2018
U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines Sung Y. Kim, Nick Sumonovic (Managing Director, Gagosian Asia), Ken Hakuta (Nam June Paik estate), Jon Hoffman (curator), Jaime Ponce de Leon (León Gallery International), Lina Juntilla (León Gallery International), Lisa Guerrero Nakpil (León Gallery International) and Marcel Crespo officially opened Nam June Paik in Manila at León Gallery International with One For Violin performance.
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Nam June Paik: Press Launch
October 9, 2018
León Gallery International press lunch presents NAM JUNE PAIK IN MANILA in collaboration with Gagosian, happening on October 22, 2018 at its newest premises at the ground floor, Corinthian Plaza, 121 Paseo de Roxas, Makati, Metro Manila.
Nam June Paik in Manila will feature 24 pieces from 1983 to 2005, including several iconic objects that blur the lines between art and technology, the past and the future, philosophy, fame, and commercialism.
Leon Exchange Online Auction 9
The Magnificent September Auction 2018
September 1 – 7, 2018
Leon Exchange Online Auction 8
Register and bid at www.leonexchange.com
The Spectacular Mid-Year Auction 2018
Fernando Amorsolo’s “Under the Mango Tree”, (Lot 19) which once belonged to the Conde de Peracamps, achieved a world record for an Amorsolo at P46,720,000, besting a previous international record by several millions. It is believed by Amorsolo’s daughter, Sylvia A. Lazo, to be the first of its kind of this lyrical theme, since it was created in 1931.
The very rare “At River’s Bend” by Lorenzo Guerrero (Lot 46), believed to be ca. 1868 or the year that he would travel down the Pasig to court his wife, fetched P17,520,000.
Roberto Chabet and his protegé Marciano Galang each scored benchmarks. Chabet’s “Blind Window” (1964) in the Texas School Book Depositary, from where Lee Harvey Oswald felled JFK, brought in P9,344,000. Marciano “Mars” Galang was one of the first 13 Artists to be named by Chabet in 1970 and his sparely elegant abstract “Morning Calm” (1979) established a record P2,102,400.
Florencio B. Concepcion’s masterful Abstract (2003) accomplished a world record of P2,336,000.
The Arnedo Table (1880s) attained a total P7,600,000.
Lastly, José Rizal’s Untitled Bas-Relief “The Filipino” (Ca. 1892-1896) reaped P17,500,000.
Leon Exchange Online Auction
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The Asian Cultural Council Art Auction 2018 Results
The Asian Cultural Council Art Auction 2018
León Gallery cordially invites you to be part of The Asian Cultural Council Art Auction 2018.
Saturday | March 3, 2018 | 2:00 PM
February 24 – March 2,2018
9:00AM – 7:00 PM
Leon Exchange Online Auction 6
León Gallery’s 6th Online Auction
Auction: 20 January 2018 | 11:00 AM
Preview: 18-19 January 2018 | 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
G/F Eurovilla 1, Rufino corner Legazpi Street, Legazpi Village, Makati, Philippines.
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The Kingly Treasures 2017 Results
• The letters of Jose Rizal, the first in auction history, sold for a total of P 10,044,800 making it the highest recorded sale for ephemera in the Philippines.
The Kingly Treasures 2017
Saturday | December 2, 2017 | 2:00 PM
November 25 – December 1, 2017 | 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
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