The Recent Works of
Nunelucio "Nune" Alvarado
The Negros Museum proudly presents “ALVARADO”, an exhibit of the recent works of Negrosanon artist Nunelucio “Nune” Alvarado which will open on February 4, 2012, Saturday at 6PM at the PHINMA Main Gallery of the Negros Museum.
Alvarado will exhibit more than 60 artworks of pen and ink inspired by the people who are living and struggling to make it through the end of the day.
“Disturbances inspire me to paint alone, though being with people energizes my heart and all these fantasies make me feel brand new,” Alvarado verbalizes his thoughts on his recent works.
His subjects include people around him, some are the manoglibod, bolantero and the people who sees every day.
Alvarado became one of the awardees, Patnubay ng Sining at Kalinangan sa Larangan ng Pintura of the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila (2004). He is also a 2-time Grand Prize Winner of the Philip Morris Philippine Art Awards (1999 and 1997), one of the most prestigious art competitions in the country.
He has exhibited in Manila, Bacolod, Cebu and in many galleries around the Philippines in solo exhibits and selected group shows. His art also transcends borders reaching Australia, Singapore, USA and Japan.