News 2014

NEWS 2014:

Currently in Manila, Philippines working on a solo exhibition for the Vargas Museum on June, 2014. I recently moved in to a sprawling new studio at Light & Space Contemporary as a resident artist from January till July 2014. For inquiries and studio visits, just let me know 🙂
I will be back in New York mid-2014. See you soon!!


The Triumph of Philippine Art
, a group exhibition at the USC Fisher Museum of Art, Los Angeles. Exhibition runs till April 13, 2014. I am showing two of my epic works on paper for this show. For more information click here.

Excessive Projections, a group exhibition at Light & Space Contemporary, Quezon City, Philippines. Exhibition runs till April 20, 2014. I am showing a new series of portraits for this show. For more information click here.


The Importance of Being Earnest, a review of my Invasion of Ona drawing series by Samito Jalbuena for the BusinessMirror. To view the article click here.

The Latest Art From New York, a review of my solo exhibition, THE SPRAWL in the BusinessMirror written by Samito Jalbuena. View the article here.

Attack Ebisu, a Tokyo-based web project featured my Sprawl series of paintings. Check it out here!

A Constellation of Identities, Winking and Shifting
, a review of our exhibition at El Museo Del Barrio’s 2013 LA BIENAL written by Holland Cotter. “In El Museo’s lobby, a wall drawing by Ernest Concepcion, born in 1977 in the Philippines, depicts El Museo and buildings farther east caught up in a kind of whirlwind. It’s a fantastic image, out of a digital disaster film, but with a grain of factuality: the barrio really is being blown apart by gentrification.” To read the full article click here.

Architectural Inventions: Visionary Drawings, a book by Matt Bua & Max Goldfarb included one of my drawings. It is now available on

New Portraits: Oil and enamel on canvas, 2014
Moved in to my new studio at Light & Space Contemporary: January 2014, Quezon City, Philippines

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