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CCP presents first solo exhibition of painter Clint Rey Policarpio

The venue grant exhibition, which was originally scheduled in 2020 but was postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, will run until 24 July at the CCP’s Bulwagang Carlos V. Francisco (Little Theater Lobby).

The Cultural Center of the Philippines is proud to present Daloy, the first solo exhibition of artist Clint Rey Policarpio. The venue grant exhibition, which was originally scheduled in 2020 but was postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, will run until 24 July at the CCP’s Bulwagang Carlos V. Francisco (Little Theater Lobby).

Daloy is a collection of Policarpio’s works from 2012 to the present, which depicts an understanding of a lively Filipino community, with its rich history, nature, customary beliefs, and personality. Filipino art and culture are huge influences in Policarpio’s works, where concepts manifesting the life of its people and their surroundings flourish and continue to evolve. The impact of temporal experiences, of what’s seen and what’s felt, forms an inspiration for his lasting composition—detailing a scenic impression of places, events, and Filipino practices in a purely panoramic view, leaving more to the imagination.

Clint Rey Policarpio (b. 1988) is a visual artist and muralist based in Valenzuela City. He’s participated in mural painting events, group exhibitions, and numerous art competitions. Policarpio has been awarded the Grand Prize in competitions such as the Shell National Student’s Art Competition (Watercolor category, 2013) UST Annual On-the-spot Painting Competition (2013), the Blood Center of QC Art Competition (2013), and the PNOC Painting Competition (2013). He was also a Finalist in the 2015 Metrobank Art and Design Competition, the Runner-up in the 2013 DFA Aseana Art Competition, and was given 1st Honorable Mention in the FEU On-the-spot Painting Competition in 2014. 

For more information on Daloy, visit bit.ly/CCPdaloy.

Exhibition hours are from Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 6pm, and are extended until 9pm on evenings with shows at the CCP Main Theater. For inquiries, contact the CCP Visual Art and Museum Division, Production and Exhibition Department, at telephone 8832-1125 loc. 1504/1505, email vamd@culturalcenter.gov.ph or through social media pages www.facebook.com/ccpvamdwww.instagram.com/ccpvamdwww.twitter.com/ccpvamd.

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