The visual language of abstract art is as amorphous as its name suggests, branching out into a nebulous array of different approaches, styles, and categorizations, unable to be contained to one thing. Instead, the larger totality of the genre break into smaller pieces, into fragments.
In ABSTRACT FRAGMENTS, artists Alrashdi Mohammad, Demosthenes Campos, Gerry Baguio, Marlon Magbanua, and Niño Hernandez attempt to reconcile the varying aspects of abstract art through their work.
Divided by their distinct identities and practices, they are brought together by this unifying artistic tradition. The artists mingle with concepts of brokenness and wholeness, separation and unity, to build something greater than the sum of its fragments.