Cajipe-Endaya, Imelda



Biography


Born: 16 Sept. 1949 in Manila, Philippines, Lives and Works in Manila

Studies:
1975-76 Graduate Studies in Art History & Criticism, University of the Philippines (UP)
1970 Bachelor of Fine Arts, UP

Selected Individual Exhibitions:
2000 “May Pinay Sa Albanya: Reveries on Art and War”, Galleria Duemila, S.M. Megamall, Mandaluyong City
1999 Open Studio, May Pinay sa Albania ( works in progress ) CRIC Exhibition Space, La Terrase, Sierre, Switzerland
1995 “Filipina:Domestic Helper” (installation) National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Art Gallery
1988 Lupa sa Aming Altar” and other mixed media, Cultural Center of the Philippines
1985 “Hulagpos” and other protest paintings, Hiraya Gallery

Selected Awards:
1999 Artist in residence, Ecole Cantonale d’Art du Valais (ECAV) and the Center de Reflexion pour I’Image et ses Contextes (CRIC), Switzerland
1999 CCP Centennial Honors for the Arts, (One Hundred Premier Philippines Artists of 1898-1998) Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and the National Centennial Commission
1998 Patnubay ng Sining, Award for Painting, City of Manila
1995 Special Award, Cheju Pre-Biennale, Cheju City, Republic of Korea
1990 First Gawad CCP Para Sa Sining Biswal, CCP

Selected Exhibition Distinctions:
1998 Alab ng Puso (Fire of the Heart), Metropolitan Museum of Manila
1997 Southeast Asian Art: Glimpses into the Future, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo & Hiroshima City
1996-97 Traditions/Tensions, The Asia Society, Queens Museum of Art, New York; Vancouver Art Gallery Canada; Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts; Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
1995-96 Asian Modernism, Japan Foundation Forum, Tokyo: Metropolitan, Museum of Manila, The National Gallery Bangkok and Gedung Pameran Seni Rupa, Djakarta
1993 First Asia Pacific Triennial, Queensland Art Gallery Brisbane, Australia
1992 Ninth Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2001 “Who Owns Women’s Bodies?”, Bulwagang Juan Luna, CCP
2000 “In a Time of Struggle”, Hiraya Gallery, U.N. Avenue, Ermita Manila
1999 FILIPINA, Grand Theatre d’ Angers, Angers, France
1999 Sour Dough, A Space Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1998-2000 Cien Anos Despues, A Hundred years After, Generalitat Valenciana Museus 1, Belles Artes, Valencia and Badajoz, Spain; Manila, Halvana, Puerto Rico
1997 Tahi Tagning Talambuhay, ( Stitched Autobiographies of Women) U.P. Vargas Museum
1997 Being Minority, Hong Kong Art Centre’s Pao Galleries, Hong Kong
1996-97 Memories of Overdevelopment, Fine Arts Gallery, University of California, Irvine; Plug-in Art Gallery Winnipeg, Canada
1996 The Filipina: Migrant Worker, KASIBULAN, CCP, Manila
1993 The Filipina: Migrant Worker, KASIBULAN, CCP, Manila
1989 Signed, Sealed and Delivered, Performance Space Sydney, and Arx ’89 Perth

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