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Museo Negrense De La Salle opens “Handurawan” exhibit

By Chloe Nartatez On Thursday, January 14, 2016


Macazar (center) together with his friend, Mike Mandate (left) and brother, Alien (right)

“Istorya ni Lola” (Series 3 pcs.) Terra cotta 16 in. by 8 in. by Macazar

(from right to left) Macazar together with his wife, Analou

Bacolod local artist and sculptor, Alden Lopez Macazar presented his 5th solo exhibit entitled Handurawan at Museo Negrense De La Salle last Tuesday, January 12.

 Macazar’s handurawan, a local term that means “vision”, was inspired by the rich Negrosanon culture. His works reflect Filipino beliefs, spiritual life, work and social issues shown in distinct terra-cotta figures.

 The ribbon cutting ceremony was headed by Macazar and his wife, together with the Museo Negrense De La Salle Director Lyn Marie Mapa.

 The “Handurawan” exhibit will be showcased until February 12, 2016.

 For inquiries, call 434 – 5998.