Born in 1982, Marina Cruz graduated cum laude from the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts. She has shown prominently in several exhibitions in Manila and internationally. In 2021, she presented Tide Table curated by Patrick Flores at Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts.
Coming from a family of celebrated artists, Aba Lluch Dalena has been an artist all her life. An art teacher, a painter, a sculptor, a poet, and a musician, Abad has been honing these abilities for over 30 years. She has exhibited around the world as a visual artist with respected museums acquiring her work as part of their permanent collections. To date, she has had 15 solo exhibitions and many more group exhibitions.
Her earliest solo show was at the age of six, an exhibition of 300 clay sculptures. And even at that age, she revealed a playful and uninhibited approach to forms, something which she has refined into figurative and abstract paintings, mixed media installations, and terracotta sculptures.
Bio from Vintana
(b. 1942) is a visual artist who worked as a political cartoonist for the Philippines Free Press and Asia Philippine Leader after graduating from the University of Sto Tomas in 1964. In the 1970s, he was one of the founding members of Shop 6 group started by Roberto Chabet.
Bio from Ateneo Art Gallery
(b. 1929) is one of the most famous living artists in the Philippines. Limcaco Dans is known for her exquisitely detailed still life paintings in oil, watercolor and acrylic, most of which feature an intricate kind of lacy fabric made in the Philippines called calado.