Lluch, Julie



Biography


Born: March 5, 1946, Ilagan City

Education:
1967 Bachelor of Philosophy, University of Santo Tomas

Affiliations:
1973-1978 Art Association of the Philippines
1973-1994 Society of Philippine Sculptors
1976-1982 Potters’ Guild of the Philippines
1973-1976 Instructor in Philosophy and English
St. Paul College, Quezon City
1976 Organized Student Art Laboratory
St. Paul College, Quezon City
1983 Co-founded KALAYAAN (Katipunan ng Kababaihan Para sa
Kalayaan), nationwide feminist women’s group
1991 Co-founded KASIBULAN (Kababaihan ng Sining at Bagong
Sibol ng Kalayaan), women visual artists organization
1983 Concerned Artists of the Philippines (CAP)
1986 Women’s Media Circle
1994 ISACC (Institute for Studies in Asian Church and Culture)
1995 Philippine Women Artists Collective

Solo Exhibitions:
1977 “If Joaquin, then Villa; or Busts!”
Sining Kamalig Gallery, Manila
1979 Cacti and Other Terra-Cottas
Gallerie Bleue, Makati, Metro Manila
1982 Hearts and Cacti
Galerie Bleue, Makati, Metro Manila
1984 ASEAN Intergallery Shows, sponsored by the Asean Institute
of Art, Rear Room Gallery, Manila
1985 Recent Sculptures, Maria Cristina Hotel, Iligan City
“Five Artists in March” Simultaneous Shows
Pinaglabanan Galleries, San Juan, Metro Manila
1988 New Sculptures, Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo
Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila
1991 Earth Art of Julie Lluch-Dalena
Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Roxas Blvd., Manila
1994 Passion and Statuary
Liongoren Art Gallery, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City
1998 Art and Faith
Galleria Duemila, The Art Center, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City
2000 Filipina 1898
De La Salle University Art Gallery, Taft Avenue, Manila
2004 " Terracotta ", Galleria Duemila, SM Megamall, Manila, Philippines

Group Exhibitions (Selected Listings):
1973 Art Association of the Philippines Annual Show
Solidaridad Galleries, Manila
1974 Society of Philippine Sculptors 2nd Annual
1975 Ceramics Art Council of the Philippines
Philamlife Pavilion, Manila
1977 The Philippine Nude
Manila Peninsula Hotel, Makati,
1977 CCP Annual Black and White Show
Main Gallery, Cultural Center of the Philippines
1978 Madonna & Child
Galerie Bleue, Makati, Metro Manila
1979 Philippine Studio Pottery
Design Center of the Philippines, CCP Complex
1982 Paperworks
Shoemart Showrooms, Makati
1986 CAP Women’s Art Show (Concerned Artists of the Philippines)
City Gallery, Manila
1989 Third Asian Art Show
Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka City, Japan
Banaag: Currents in Philippine Art
Bulwagang Juan Luna, (Main Gallery), CCP, Manila
1990 Thirteen Artists Awards
Cultural Center of the Philippines - Main Gallery
1991 Walong Filipina
Liongoren Art Gallery, Cubao, Quezon City
1993 Walong Filipina Artists
Liongoren Art Gallery, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong
1993 First Asian-Pacific Triennial
Queenly Matter, Third Space, Quezon City
1993 Sculpture in the Philippines
Metropolitan Museum of Manila
1994 Twenty-Five Years of Inter-Continental Hotel
Manila Inter-Continental Hotel, Makati
1994 Handog (Christian Artists)
G Designs Gallery, Shangri-La EDSA Plaza Hotel, Mandaluyong
1995 Shaking Hands Across the Seas, Japanese-Filipino Art
Hyatt Regency, Manila
Asian Modernism-Japan Foundation Asean Center
Manila, Tokyo, Bangkok, Jakarta
1999 “The Art of 30”, Hotel Intercontinental, Makati City
Queenly Matter, Third Space, Quezon City
2001 “Who Owns Women’s Bodies?”, Bulwagang Juan Luna, CCP
2004
"21/21 Vision"Crossroad 77 Convention Center, Quezon City, Philippines

2005
“20th Asian International Art Exhibition” Ayala Museum, Philippines

2006
“Ode to the Pasig River” Ayala Museum, Makati City, Philippines

2007
“Pottery Lifestyle Exhibition” Shangrila, Philippines

2007
“Walong Filipina” Liongoren Art Gallery, Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines

2008
“Manyika Ko” The Podium, Mandaluyong City, Philippines

2008
“Filipina as Artist and Feminist” Slocumb Galleries, East Tennessee State University, U.S.A.

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