Kulay-Diwa Gallery of Philippine Contemporary Art is a privately owned venue for artistic expression. It is strategically located within a cluster of progressive communities South of Manila. It has an independent exhibition area able to accommodate large-scale works, and a spacious garden ideal for outdoor programs, performances and sculpture installations.
Goals of Kulay-Diwa:
To discover and promote the works of talented, young and deserving Filipino Artist;
To serve as a cultural outpost and make the arts more accessible to the fast-growing communities South of Manila; and
To foster cultural interaction and exchanges with the local regions,Southeast Asia and other countries.
Diwa (Spirit, Thought)
Julmard Vicente, Juliette, Oil on Canvas, 4x3 feet (121x91 cm.), 2012
Joseph Tecson, Noh Mask, Oil on Canvas, H6xW4 feet, 182x121 cm., 2013
Israel Remo, Digging up Witnesses, Oil on Canvas, H24xW36 inches, 60x91 cm., 2011
Ang Aking Pamangkin (Fonzy), Acrylic and Oil on Canvas, H3xW2 feet,91x60 cm., 2012