Wizer, Ann



Biography


Education:
Sogetsu Kaikan, Tokyo, Study in Sogetsu School of Ikebana, 1989-1991
Maryland Institute, College of Art Baltimore, Md.MFA, 1983
California College of Arts & Crafts,Oakland, California BFA, 1976
Aegean School of Fine Arts, Paros, Greece 1975 - 1976

Solo Exhibitions:
1999 “GENDER STUDIES”, The Drawing Room, Makati City
1997 “ROADS TO NOWHERE - NOTES ON URBAN LOSS”
Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Philippines
1969 “PASSAGE” Thomas Jefferson Cultural Center
Bencab's Five Years of Life Class, Drawings, Prints & Sculpture, Sining Kamalig, Manila
1992 Larawan II: The Filipino Abroad, Recent Works, The Luz Gallery
United States Embassy, Manila
1990 “TIME AND AGAIN”
P3 Alternative Museum
Tochoji Zen Temple, Tokyo
1989 “SKYSCRAPERS” Gallery Savoir Vivre, Tokyo
1988 “MOONLIGHT”
Tokyo American Center
Sapporo American Center
Nagoya American Center
1986 “RECENT SCULPTURE”, Gallery Isogaya, Tokyo
1978 “OBSESSIONS” Yannis Consortium, New York City
1976 “DELUSIONS” Aegean School of Fine Arts, Paros, Greece

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2001 “Who Owns Women’s Bodies?”, Bulwagang Juan Luna, CCP
2000 “Aswang Fashions,” costumes and props from LUNA, An Aswang Romance,
The Drawing Room, Manila
1999 “Defining Our Future,” Baguio International Arts Festival, Baguio City, Phils. “At Home Abroad,” International Arts Festival. Collaborative performance with
COINER: Thomas Kumheln, writer and musician, Germany; Z.A.P., photographer and sound technician, Germany; at CESTA. Tabor, Czech Republic
“Queenly Matter”, Third Space, Quezon City
1998 “Ang Takore”, teapots made by selected artists, Metropolitan Museum of Manila Viral Reality” organizer of group show involving 30 local artists who made costumes and giant insects from waste plastic that were used in a floating parade for the Pasig River Earth Day Event, Manila
“Women Without Borders,” traveling show of sculpture by 500 women from 33 countries.
Exhibition will travel for years to 30 countries and is currently in Athens,“Plastic Waste,” Chulalongkorn Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
10th Anniversary Show for Café By the Ruins, Baguio City, Philippines
1997 “The Gallery Artists” Brix Gallery, Manila
“All Dressed Up!” Ayala Museum, Manila
“Conversation Piece,” Gallery III, Ayala Museum, Manila
“Book Art IV” The Luz Gallery, Manila
“Group Show” Penguin Gallery, Manila
1996 “Jamming On An Old Saya” Exhibition following the theater/fashion event NCCA Galleries, Manila
1994 “Art Manila: Sino Sila? Shangrila Plaza, Manila
1993 “Cross Currents”
4th Baguio Arts Festival, Baguio Convention Center, Baguio City “Wall-less Gallery” Traveling show in the Philippines w/ Cesare & Jean Marie Syjuco’s ARTLAB “Installations by Baguio Arts Guild” Baguio Convention Center, Baguio City, Philippines
1992 “Naguri Dam Outdoor Exhibition” Naguri Village, Saitama, Japan “Kilusang Katutubong Sining” Alliance Francaise Gallery, Manila “Viva Excon” 2nd Visayas Islands Visual Arts Exhibition & Conference
Bacolod City, Philippines
1989 “Objects” Gallery Natsuhiko, Tokyo
“Tokyo Transmission” Seibu, Tokyo
1988 “Handy Works by Hands” Gallery Lunami Annex, Tokyo “Tokyo Transmission” Seibu, Tokyo
1987 “San San Ten” Gallery Chikyudo, Tokyo
“Group Show” Gallery Your Ito, Shizuoka, Japan
1984 “Inside Reality” Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, Md.
“New Names” Gallery 10, Washington, D. C. “Artscape” Baltimore, Md. “The Last Picture Show” Washington, D. C.
“Washington Sculpture: Prospects & Perspectives”
“Salisbury State College Invitational” Salisbury, Md.

Theater Collaborations:
1997 “Unravelling The Maya” (Contemporary dance/theater; Ramli Ibrahim, artistic director), Costume & set design in collaboration with artists & performers from
five Asian countries, Auditorium Dewan, Bandaraya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1995 “Kuwento Ng Kawal” (Filipino Adaptation of Igor Stravinsky’s A Soldier’s Tale; Nonon Padilla, director), Costume & set design, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila
“Jamming on an Old Saya” (Collaborative theater/fashion events featuring the works of four designers; Gilda Cordero-Fernando, producer; Nonon Padilla/Wanda Louwallien, directors), Stage effects and headresses, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila
“For the Gods” (Contemporay Dance; Denisa Reyes, choreographer), Costume design, Heaven and Earth Festival, Hongkong

1994 “Suwana” (Contemporary dance performed by Ballet Philippines; Denisa Reyes,
choreographer), Costume design & stage effects, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila.
1993 “Rite of Spring” (Contemporary dance performed by Ballet Philippines; Denisa Reyes, choreographer), Costume & set design, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila
1992 “Putting Uwak” (Performance piece by Jean Marie Syjuco), Set design, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila


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