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Artist Mia Ongpin Herbosa Returns Home to Launch Special Exhibit
The exhibit, "Radiant Bohemians," was in partnership with non-profit initiative, MovEd.org
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New York-based artist Mia Ongpin Herbosa recently returned home to launch her 14th solo exhibit in partnership with MovEd.org, a nonprofit initiative founded by Alex Eduque that aims to provide quality pre-school education in some of the least privileged communities in the Philippines. Held at the Forbes Park Pavilion, the exhibit "Radiant Bohemians" featured oil portraits of Herbosa's subjects from both New York and Manila. A portion of the show's proceeds were donated to MovEd.org.


Fernando Zobel de Ayala


Mia Herbosa and Deanna Ongpin Recto


Mandy and Alex Eduque

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