Iggy Rodriguez: Hangganan
A small catalog of the first solo show by Iggy Rodriguez at Manila Contemporary, 'Hangganan' expands upon the artist’s continuing concerns around poverty through large-scale pen and ink drawings, paintings and sintra board assemblage. The result is a surreal and searing critique on the dynamics of class and social injustice that affect Filipinos today.
It is Rodriguez’s most ambitious project to date, testing his skills as a draftsman and social commentator. Known for his meticulous ink drawings and elaborate approach to subject mater, he has created some of his largest works ever within a characteristic style of delicate line and imagined forms.
Manila Contemporary, Philippines
Foldout / 10.6 x 8.25 inches / Color