Three Filipino Artists Conquer the Asean Art Scene in “Infinite Horizons”

Filipino Artists Mylene Quito, Raeche Dacanay, and Valerie Teng will join the prestigious international art exhibition “Infinite Horizons,” to be held from October 28 to November 20 in Palm Artspace, 188A Thao Nguyen Ecopark, Van Giang-Hung Yen, Vietnam.

They will share billing with Trang Thanh Hien, Nguyen Thu Thuy, Nguyen My Nhoc, Ly Tran, and Phan Thi Hong Sam.

Quito and Teng debuted their first solo art shows in ArtAblado, Robinsons Galleria.

“Infinite Horizons” is a collaborative art exhibit celebrating Filipino and Vietnamese women’s boundless potential. It aims to create a powerful empowerment narrative, as showcased in the featured artists’ unique blend of colors and strokes.

The individual talents of the eight female artists show the diverse and dynamic women’s perspectives, uniting their voices to break barriers and redefine the limits of creativity, self-expression, and strength.

This Philippine-Vietnam Art Program also transcends cultural differences, illustrating the idea that the pursuit of dreams knows no bounds and the power of women, universal.

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