ARTICLES

by Carlomar Arcangel Daoana Siraulo: a messed-up head, but translated literally from our language it also means a “broken head,” and here, in Black Clouds, one of Lynyrd Paras’ most cohesive and powerful exhibitions to date, we see them, 16 portraits whose heads are in various...

by Carlomar Arcangel Daoana For more than a decade, Lynyrd Paras has been exploring the multi-layered self through the act of portraiture by superimposing various elements—from text to symbols to actual objects—to come up with an approximate rendition of a person, one that is embedded in...

by Carlomar Arcangel Daoana Interval connotes the space between two objects, a necessary pause, or the turning point from where an event will break off from its usual flow to gain a new rhythm. Such is what this exhibit, organized and curated by Lynyrd Paras for...

by Carlomar Arcangel Daoana In their first two-artist show together, a collaboration whose time has come, Lynyrd Paras and Yeo Kaa delve into the intricacies of the alert consciousness, the experiencing and responding being that is innate in each one of us. Simply titled Self, organized...

When Ondoy struck several years ago, Lynyrd Paras saw his home at Araneta Avenue along with his art works and his life – inundated in the deluge. He camped temporarily in Pandacan, moving finally to a bucolic suburb in Laguna. Paras is now at a...

“Fiery Apparitions” Lynyrd Paras delivers his third solo exhibition Against My Blackhearted World with a passion and sincerity that we have come to expect of his work. Confronted by his group of seven paintings, one bears witness to a kind of psychosocial world symptomatic of the...

“Fiery Apparitions” Lynyrd Paras delivers his third solo exhibition Against My Blackhearted World with a passion and sincerity that we have come to expect of his work. Confronted by his group of seven paintings, one bears witness to a kind of psychosocial world symptomatic of the...

By: Gina Fairley Lynyrd Paras delivers his third solo exhibition Against My Blackhearted World with a passion and sincerity that we have come to expect of his work. Confronted by this group of seven paintings, one bears witness to a kind of psychosocial world symptomatic of...