Sunday, August 28, 2011

Exhibition History

Selected Solo Exhibitions:
2011: Alter/(n)ations, Liongoren Gallery, QC
2010: Traces UP Vargas Museum
2007: Executive Gallery, Goshen, New York
2006: United Nations Headquarters, New York
2006: Walsh Gallery, Seton Hall University, New Jersey
2005: Liongoren Art Gallery Manila
2004: Hiraya Gallery Manila,
2003: Ayala Museum, Manila
2002: The Drawing Room, Manila
2000: Galleria Duemila, Manila
1999: Espace Exposition du CRIC, Sierre, Switzerland
1995: National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), Manila
1988: Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), Manila

International Biennial/Triennial of Contemporary Art:
1993: First Asia Pacific Triennial, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
1992: Ninth Biennial of Sydney, Australia

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2010-11: Tutok: Ano Bayani!, CCP, Manila
Bozzetos, Auditorium Al Duomo, Florence, and UP Bulwagan ng Dangal
2010: Faith and Reason, Manila Contemporary
After the Fact, Lopez Memorial Museum
2009: Beautiful Aging, United Hebrew-Lazarus Gallery, New Rochelle, New York
Password: Art’s Secret Symbols, ASCA, Broome St. Gallery, NY, NY
2008: Collage Logic, Ann St. Gallery, Newburgh, NY
Transmissions, CCP, Manila
Filipina as Artist and Feminist, Slocumb Galleries, East Tennessee State University
2007: Monroe Art Center, Hoboken, New Jersey
Artesana, Singapore
Trauma Interrupted, CCP Manila
2006: Art Connections, George Segal Gallery, Montclair State University, New Jersey
2006: Philocracy, Silent Space Gallery, Kingston, NY
2006: Her Mark, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago
2006: Pen & Brush Gallery, New York
2006: The Worth of a Woman. Sarabrae Women’s Gallery, &The Grail, New Windsor, New York
2006: Filipiniana, Centro Cultural de Conde Duque Madrid, Spain
2006: Aggregates, Ceres Art Gallery, New York
2003: Who Owns Women’s Bodies?, Chulalongkorn University Art Center, Bangkok, Thailand
2003: Yankee Doodles, CCP Manila
1999: Filipina: Cajipe Endaya, Fajardo, Gelvezon-Tequi, Grand Theatre d’Angers, France
1999: Cien AƱos Despues, Generalitat Valenciana, Spain
1998: Vision of 7 Asian Artists, Chateau d’Chillon, Montreux, Switzerland
1998: Alab ng Puso, Metropolitan Museum of Manila
1997: Glimpses into the Future, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo & Hiroshima City Museum
of Art, Japan
1996-97: Traditions/Tensions, The Asia Society, Queens Museum, New York; Vancouver Art
Gallery, Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Art Gallery of Western Australia
1995: Asian Modernism, Japan Foundation Forum in Tokyo, National Museum of Thailand in Bangkok;
National Art Gallery of Indonesia in Djakarta; & Metropolitan Museum of Manila
1995: Memories of Overdevelopment, Fine Arts Gallery, UCI Irvine, CA
1993: Filipina: The Migrant Worker, Kasibulan, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila

Selected Awards and Recognition:
2009: Honorable Mention, American Society of Contemporary Artists (ASCA) Annual, New York
2009: Artwork selected as part of syllabus for Docent program in Public Middle School, Tic Toc
Theatre and Art Program, Bergen County, New Jersey
2009: Ani ng Dangal, NCCA, Manila
2009: First Prize, Beautiful Aging Exhibition, United Hebrew-Lazarus Gallery, New Rochelle, New York
2008: Irwin and Florence Zlowe Memorial Art Award, (ASCA) Annual, New Yor
2008: Natividad Fajardo Galang ALIWW Honors for Women in the Arts ,Ateneo de Manila
2005-06: Second and Third Prizes, Orange County Art Federation Annual Art Exhibitions, New York
1999: CCP Centennial Honors for the Arts, Republic of the Philippines
1999: Artist in Residence, Ecole Cantonale d’Art du Valais, Switzerland
1998: Patnubay ng Sining at Kalinangan, Araw ng Maynila Award, City of Manila
1995: Special Award, Cheju Pre-Biennale, Republic of Korea
1990: Gawad CCP para sa Sining Biswal (Thirteen Artists Awards), CCP Manila
1980: Ma-Yi, Critics’ Choice for Printmaking
1979: Gold medal, Art Assocviation of the Philippines
1973: First Prize for Intaglio, Philippine Association of Printmakers
1969: Honorable Mention, Shell On-the-Spot Painting Students National Competition

Selected Institutional Collections:
Ateneo University Art Gallery, Philippines
Cultural Center of the Philippines
Metropolitan Museum of Manila
Philippine National Museum
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan
Okinawa Prefectural Art Museum, Japan
Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
University of the Philippines

Selected Artist’s Talks:
2008: Tang Museum, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York
2008: Depts. of Art and Design, and Women Studies, East Tennessee State University
2006: Seton Hall University Art Gallery, New Jersey
1997: Contemporary Art in Asia, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
1996: Traveling artist’s talk, Pilipinas Shell, with workshops in Baguio, Iloilo, Cebu, and Davao
1996: Fast Forward, Contemporary Art in Asia, The Asia Society, New York
1993: Traveling artist’s talk, Melbourne, Canberra, and Brisbane

Selected Bibliography on Her Art:
2011: Terry Smith, Contemporary Art: World Currents, Laurence King Publishers, London (LKP), and
Pearson Prentice-Hall (forthcoming)
2010: Flaudette May Datuin(ed), Alter/(n)ations in the Art of Imelda Cajipe Endaya, Quezon City:
University of the Philippines
2009: Patrick Flores, Flaudette Datuin, Scott Koterbay, Ruben Defeo and Elizabeth Lolarga, Imelda
Cajipe Endaya Stitching Paint Into Collage, Manila and New York: LRSLim Foundation for the
Arts and Filipino-American Association of Pittsburgh, 80 pp.
2008: Benjamin Genocchio, “Piecing Things Together,” NY: New York Times, Oct. 19, p. WE-10
2000: Alice Guillermo, An Enlightened Perspective, Asian Art News, Hong Kong, Jan/Feb, pp. 61-65
1999: Thelma Kintanar and Sylvia Mendez Ventura, Self-Portraits, Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila
1998: Thomas Yeo and Emmanuel Torres, South East Asian Art: A New Spirit, Art & Artist Speak,
1996: T.K. Sabathy (ed), Modernity and Beyond, Singapore: Singapore Art Museum
1996: Dinah Dysart & Hannah Fink(ed), Asian Women Artists, Art Asia Pacific, NSW, Australia,
1996: Luis Francia, Art’s Hard Edge, Asiaweek, October 18, pp. 46-47
1996: Holland Cotter, The Brave New Face of Art from the East, New York Times, New
York, Sunday, September 29, Section 2 p.1 & 39

Selected Writings and Experiences in Publication
2010: Author and book designer, Art at the Philippine Center New York, Philippine Center
Management Board, New York
2009: Co-author, editor, book designer, Manuel Rodriguez, Sr. Into the Threshold, New York,
Lenore RS Lim Foundation for the Arts (LRSLFA)
2009: Editor, book designer, Society of Philippine American Artists Book 2, SPAA, New York
2008: Editor and book designer, Daniel Ftizpatrick, SJ, Glad Tidings, New York, (LRSLFA)
2002: Contributing writer, “Feminisms: Re-thinking and Re-creating the Female Experience,”
Transit 2#2, August-December, pp. 34-39, 52
1997-2004: Project Director/ editor of volume 1, Pananaw Philippine Journal of Visual Arts
1993: Editor in chief, Saling Lahat Saling Tanggap (Unity and Inclusion), Association of South
East Asian Nations (ASEAN) Committee on Culture and Information
1992-93: Associate Editor for Visual Arts, CCP Encyclopedia of Art, CCP Manila
1994: Contributing writer, “Images of Women by Women”, Artlink, South Australia, Vol. 13 Nos.
3-4, November 93- March 94, pp. 88-90
1980: I.C. Endaya, R. Paras Perez & Jesus Merino OP, Filipino Engraving, Manila, Ylang-Ylang
Graphic Group, 53pp.

Selected Curatorship and Projects organized
2008: “Displacement and Homing,” Society of Philippine American Artists, Les Malamut Art
Gallery, Union, New Jersey
2007: Pamana: Modernong Sining, Philippine Center, New York
2003-04: Co-curator, Sungduan Series of regional exhibitions, NCCA
2004-2005: Curator, “Luwas/Lowas,” Art Exhibition on the National Artist Awardees
2001-2004: Lecturer in NCCA speakers bureau: conducted workshops for public school teachers
on visual arts and design
1993: Editor-in-chief, Saling Lahat- Saling Tanggap (proceedings), ASEAN-COCI International
Conference on Indigenous Art Materials
2002-2003: Project director and curator, “Densities: Making Sense of Dense Cities”, a social-
conceptual installation, Pananaw and CCP
2002: Convenor, “Locus: Interventions in Art Practice,” Manila, Philippines
2000-2004: Curator, “Who Own Women’s Bodies”, traveling art exhibit on reproductive health,
Creative Collective & Ford Foundation, in 12 venues in the Philippines, Thailand and Japan
1999: Curator, “Bakat” (Imprint), an exhibition of the Philippine Association of Printmakers 30th
year anniversary, Main Gallery, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila
1999: Curator, “The Self and the Other: Art for a Culture of Peace,” an exhibition of workshop
artworks, Espace Exposition du CRIC, Sierre, Switzerland
1995-96 International co-curator, 2nd Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art
Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
1994: Co-curator,“Limbag Kamay,” 400 Years of Philippine Printmaking, Main Gallery, Cultural
Center of the Philippines, Manila
1993: Project leader, Filipina Migranteng Manggagawa, Kasibulan & CCP
1992: Coordinator, “Ang Babae (The Woman),” forty women artists of the KASIBULAN Women’s
Art Collective, Main Gallery, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila
1991: Curator: “The Paete Phenomenon,” Folk art from a Southern Tagalog community, Main
Gallery, Cultural Center of the Philippines
1992: Project leader, “Ang Babae”, (The Woman) 40 women artists KASIBULAN and CCP
1990: Resource person, creative visual arts for community workers, Asia-Pacific Intercultural
Course, Institute of Women Studies, Manila

Saturday, June 12, 2010

American Society of Contemporary Artists (ASCA) AWARD

Irwin and Florence Zlowe ASCA Memorial Award from the American Society of Contemporary Artists (ASCA)

Imelda Cajipe Endaya received the Irwin and Florence Zlowe ASCA Memorial Award from the American Society of Contemporary Artists (ASCA)f or superior achievement, during ASCA's 90th Annual Art Exhibition held on November 2008 at the Broome Street Gallery. Her winning piece was "Forest of the South".

Harriet Febland, ASCA’s 3-term President Emeritus wrote of her work:
“Cajipe Endaya‘s femininity, her strength, is the foundation of what she creates. Its impact is immediate--- we are made aware of powerful colors, multiple patterns upon patterns, textured cloth and designed papers, tactile and touchable, buttons and strings. All of these are factors of her environment, her people, her country and the women, men, and crafts that surround her. They, combined with the story she tells makes her work the success it is--- a powerful statement by an outstanding Filipino artist in her prime.”

Forest of the South, 1999, acrylic, textiles, photo collage and stitches on hand made paper, 65cm x 52 cm
ASCA Irwin & Florence Zlowe Memorial Award
November 2008

Traces 8: The Party

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Traces: No to D-Day/ painting installation 2

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Traces 15: Brave Girl/ chine colle monoprint

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