Check out photos of the installation of “ROOM 307: INKLING, GUTFEEL AND HUNCH,” an exhibition of contemporary art at the National Art Gallery in Manila. The show was spearheaded by MM Yu and Poklong Anading. I love the sequence of images, that shows the transformation of the dark, raw colonial-style hall in to a vibrant, populated group show, literally filling the hall to the rafters.
I especially loved the use of the windows as natural lightboxes for photographs by various artists.
People do similar projects in warehouses in Oakland, but no one’s got a patent on authentic, DIY collectivity.