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Friday, October 09, 2020

Kristine Lim showcases artworks of inspired endangered species in 'Almost There'at Manila Hotel

10/06/2020 01:06:08 PM

Visual artist Kristine Soguilon-Lim has staged an exhibit for a cause this October at The Manila Hotel.

After years of absence, Lim makes a statement and push for action by exhibiting her artworks this 2020. Happening on 2-15 October 2020, Krtisine immortalizes some of the critically endangered species in the Philippines as heart-stirring yet thought-provoking mnemonics of who we are, where we stand, and what we are going through. Through the exhibition, she prays that years from now these same images will be seen by the same eyes that it captivated today and say, “We survived and we thrived”.

In a statement, the Cum Laude from the UP College of Fine Arts with a major in Visual Communications graduate said the exhibit enables us “to reflect, change and act. Perhaps this is the moment why we have been created. We are here because we must and we can turn things around.” 

Lim will showcase her 12 paintings in Almost There, and its proceeds, together with the actual Aesca products (where the artworks will be translated and reproduced) will be used to support those in the frontlines of this battle and the displaced workers due to the pandemic through missions of JKL Foundation Inc.

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