An art benefit for the victims of typhoon Ondoy and Pepeng

Tabi Tabi Po” was an art show dedicated to celebrating Filipino folklore through urban contemporary art. The Kapre, Manananggal, Dwende, Tikbalang, and Aswang are just a sampling of these haunting creatures that were brought to life in this exhibit. A percentage of the art sales was donated to the victims of typhoon Ondoy and Pepeng through BAYAN Philippines and BALSA (Bayanihan para sa Sambayanan).

The curator, James “gaNyan” Garcia, put together a killer lineup that included Filipino artists from the US, Philippines, and even Norway.

The artists:

Stateside: Angry Woebots, Stuter, gaNyan, Marikina, Gem Mateo, CeCe Carpio, Pancho Abalos, Mark Canto, Miguel (Bounce) Perez, Darvin (Boohi) Vida , England Hidalgo, Jerrell Conner, Nic Cowan, Andre Sibayan, Ciriaco Sayoc II, J2, Marc Aure, Peabe, Marlon Sagana Ingram, Minette Mangahas, Dyno, Christopher de Leon, Cat Chiu Phillips, Isabel (Pepper), Roxas, John Yoyogi Fortes, Allison Torneros, Mel Vera Cruz, Simbulan, Ray Haguisan

Philippines: Manuel Ocampo, Analog, Boy Agimat, Dex Fernandez, Bru, Nelz Yumul, Katwo Puertollano, Jigger Cruz, Sam Ramos, Okto, Abi Dayacap, Melancholy, Liza Flores, Luis Lorenzana, Jon Jaylo, Mica Cabildo, Bjorn Calleja

Norway: Jet Pascua

Since the Bay Area has the largest population of Filipinos in America to date, Garcia and 1:AM gallery invited all to come celebrate and learn more about the colorful traditions of the Filipino culture and help raise money for the typhoon victims.

If you have any purchasing inquiries or would like to request media related material, please email maya@1AMSF.com.