JOEY MÁNLAPAZ

 

 

ONE-PERSON EXHIBITIONS:

2013               Gallery plan b, Washington, DC

                          2012               Embassy of the Philippines, Washington, DC, in honor of visiting President Benigno Aquino

2009               Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

                          2007               Organization of American States, Representative of the United States Mission

2004               Zenith Gallery, Washington, DC

2003               American Institute of Architects, Washington, DC

1998               Gallery K, Washington, DC

                        Covington & Burling, Washington, DC          

1995               Marymount University, Arlington, VA  

1994, ‘97               Citibank, Washington, DC Headquarters Mid-Atlantic Regional States

1993               The University Club, Washington, DC

1992               Art League, Alexandria, VA

1991               Arnold & Porter, Washington, DC

1989               Sumner School Museum & Archives, Washington, DC

                       The World Bank, Washington, DC

1988               Cosmos Club, Washington, DC

1987, ’90        The University Club, Washington, DC

1984               National Press Club, Washington, DC

1982               First American Bank, Dupont Circle, Washington, DC

                        Art Associates Gallery, Manila, Philippines

1981               Children's Museum & Library Foundation, Manila, Philippines

 

COLLECTORS:

Advanced Management Systems, Washington, DC

Akridge, Washington, DC

Arnold & Porter LLP, Washington, DC

Ayala Corporation, Manila, Philippines

Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll LLP, Washington, DC

Citizen's Bank, Rosslyn, VA

Clark Enterprises, Inc., Bethesda, MD

Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, DC

Mr. & Mrs. Bill Cosby

DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

Deloitte & Touche USA LLP, Washington, DC

Dickstein Shapiro & Morin, Washington, DC

Export-Import Bank of Korea, Inc., Seoul, Korea

Farm Credit System Building Association, McLean, VA

Freedom Place, Washington, DC

Furash & Company, Washington, DC

George Washington University, Washington, DC

Gibraltar Properties Development Group, Raleigh, NC

Griffith Properties, Baltimore, MD

ING Clarion, Washington, DC

Honorable Daniel K. Inouye, U.S. Senate, Hawaii

International Union of Operating Engineers, Washington, DC

Land Registration Commission, Manila, Philippines

Larson Ball & Gould, Washington, DC

Melrose Castle, Cassanova, VA

MetLife, Washington, DC

Ministry of Justice, Manila, Philippines

Motivational Management, Inc., Los Angeles, CA

National Association of Home Builders, Washington, DC

ORIX Development Group, Chicago, IL

Honorable Heidi M. Pasichow, Associate Judge, Superior Court of the District of Columbia

Honorable Antonio Won Pat, U.S. House of Representatives, Territory of Guam

Pritchard Satellite Communications, Bethesda, MD

Reed Smith Shaw & McClay LLP, Washington, DC

Remington Company, Manila, Philippines

Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram, P.C., Washington, DC

Sidley & Austin LLP, Chicago, IL

Superior Court of the District of Columbia

The Monocle Restaurant, Washington, DC

U.S. Library of Congress

U.S. Navy

U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD

U.S. State Department

U.S. Steel, Washington, DC

White & Case LLP, Washington, DC

Wiley Rein & Fielding LLP, Washington, DC

  

HONORS, AWARDS and SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENTS:

2015         Finalist among 430 entries, Professional Artist Magazine Portrait of a Professional Artist Competition. June http://www.professionalartistmag.com/news/2015/jul/23/portrait-pick-announced/

2014         Curator, Real Washington, Winter Palace Studio in Georgetown, Washington, DC

                        Juror, The Human Factor, National Exhibit, Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts, Frederick, MD

                        Artist Fellowship Grant Award, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts

2013         Finalist among 6,000 entries, Artist’s Magazine 30th Annual Art Competition, Dec.

2012         Mánlapaz correspondence, personal papers, sketchbooks & show invitations archived at the U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, DC

                        Tunnel Vision: Public Art Installation at the Bethesda Metro Station, Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District, Bethesda, MD

2010         Curator, Realism Now: Cityscapes, McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA  

                        Juror, Scapes: International Landscape Exhibit, Art League, Alexandria, VA http://www.theartleague.org/content_pages/view/157 

                  Juror, 2010 Open Competition for Solo Exhibits, Target Gallery, Alexandria, VA

2009         Juror, 12th Annual National Juried Show (February), Gallery West, Alexandria, VA

2008         First Prize Award in Painting, Touchstone Gallery All Media Exhibition; Curator: Vivienne Lassman, Washington, DC

Small Grants Award, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

2007         Award, 100 Influential Filipina Women, Filipina Women’s Network, Arlington, VA

                  Finalist, Sondheim Prize, Decker & Meyerhoff Galleries of the MD Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD

2006         Art Walk: Metamorphosis Public Art Installation, Washington, DC

2005         Featured Artist, The Urban Institute 2004 Annual Report, www.uipress.org

                  Artist Fellowship Grant Award, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

2004          Guest speaker, U.S. Library of Congress

                  Grant Award, Digital Image Project with Tamarind Certified Master David Adamson, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

Commission to create artwork for the National Book Festival, U.S. Library of Congress & First Lady Laura Bush

1999-’01    Painting selected for Art in Embassies Program, U.S. State Department: Embassy in Fiji Islands, Micronesia

1998-‘99   Panelist, Organizations & Visual Arts Grants-In-Aid, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

1997         Moderator, Asian Pacific American Women in the Arts, The Asian Pacific American Women’s Leadership Institute

1996-‘98   Painting selected for Art in Embassies Program, U.S. State Department: Embassy in Manila, Philippines

1995-‘96   Panelist, City Arts Projects, DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities

1995         Award, Twenty Outstanding Filipino-Americans in the U.S. and Canada, Fil-Am Image Corp.

1991         Award, Outstanding Woman Leader in Art, Filipino American Women's Network, Arlington, VA

                  Certificate of Recognition, Philippine Heritage Foundation & U.S. Rep. Steny Hoyer (Maryland), "For significant contributions to the Philippine American Community & the Nation"

1988         Certificate of Excellence in Painting, NY International Art Competition, Jurors: Ellen Handy, Metropolitan Museum; Illene Susan Fort, LA County Museum; Walter Robinson, Art Critic for Art in America

1988, ‘91  Mayor's Award, Outstanding Emerging Artist, Mayors Sharon Pratt Kelly and Marion Barry, Washington, DC

1987         Finalist, Artist's Magazine, National Landscape Painting Competition, Dec.

1980-‘81   Artist in Residence, Manila, Philippines

1978         Graduate Fellow in Art, George Washington University 

                  Training in Landscape Painting, Brittany, France

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:

2014         Carandang-Tiongson, Titchie G. and Erwin R. Tiongson. “Finding Philippine Art in Washington, DC.” AsianJournal.com LifeEASTyle Magazine. 7 Mar. 2014. Web. 7 Mar. 2014.

                  Garber, Jacob. “Under GW's name, keep the Corcoran community intact.” Opinions. GWU Hatchet 24 Feb. 2014. GWHatchet.com. Web. 28 Feb. 2014.

                  Kahn, Fritz. “No Booze? No Problem: Enjoy a Cultural Diverson.” Weekend. Washington Post 24 Jan. 2014: 18. Print.

2013.                 Magsaysay, John, “Joey Mánlapaz and the art of reality.” Lifestyle. Philippine Star 22 Dec. 2013: H1+. PhilStar.com/Sunday-life. Web. 28 Dec. 2013.

                  Jenkins, Mark. ”Galleries.” Style. Washington Post 17 Nov. 2013: 2. Print.

                  “Districts in the District: One Street, Endless Culture.” DHM District Home Magazine Oct. 2013: 54. Print.

2012         Edlund, Carolyn. “Connection and isolation are themes in the intriguing portfolio of featured artist Joey Manlapaz.” ArtsyShark.com. Artsy Shark.1 Oct. 2012. Web. 2 Oct. 2012.

2011         Jenkins, Mark. “At Gallery Plan B.” Style. Washington Post 5 Aug. 2011: C8. Print.

                  Rose, Joshua. “Forms and Structures.” American Art Collector Mar. 2011: 7, 158-161. Print.

2009         Dawson, Jessica. “Everything From A to Zenith: An Eclectic Venue Calls It Quits.” Style. Washington Post 13 Mar. 2009: 1-2. Print.

2008         Grefalda, Remé. “First and Foremost, A Washingtonian.” Oovrag.com Our Own Voice. Aug. 2008. Web. Aug. 2008.

                  Volin, Katherine. “Fit for an Artist.” Home. Washington Blade 4 Jan. 2008: 34. Print.

2006         Campello, F. Lennox. “Place: Land/Cityscape – Capturing Washington’s Unique Sense of Place,” HEART OF DC: John A. Wilson Building City Hall Art Collection. Washington, DC: DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, 2006. 49, 62. Print.

                  Schwartzman, Paul. “D.C. Adds Local Art to Downtown Palette: City Hall Exhibit Balances Offerings of Nearby National Museums.” Galleries, District Extra. Washington Post 16 Nov. 2006: 1, 11. Print.

                  “Brush with Art.” Washington Spaces Magazine. Summer 2006: n. pag. Print.

2005         Campello, F. Lennox. “SEVEN.” Gallery Beat. Old Town Crier 22 July 2005: 22. Print.

                  Year In Review: 2004 Annual Report (All Artwork). Urban Institute May (2005): 1-25. Print.

2003         Jenkins, Mark. “A Surface Look at Washington and Miami Beach.” On Exhibit, Weekend. Washington Post 27 June 2003: 47. Print.

                  Dawson, Jessica. “At AIA, Windows on the City.” Galleries, Style. Washington Post 15 May 2003: 5. Print.

                  Shulman, Randy. “Urban Assets: The Artwork of Joey P. Mánlapaz.” (Cover Feature) MetroWeekly10.11 (2003): 20-27. Print.

                  Tira-Andrei, Mercedes. “Pinay Artist’s Work Chosen for U.S. Book Festival.” Business World Magazine 18 June 2003: 23. Print.

2002         Scott, Suzanne, and Lynne M. Constantine. “Frame-Up (1997) / Joey P. Mánlapaz.” Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association (Photo on the Cover) 42.1 (2002): 144. Print.

2001         Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association (Photo on the Cover) 41.6 (2001): n. pag. Print.

1998         Protzman, Ferdinand. “Galleries.” Style. Washington Post 24 Sept. 1998: 5. Print.

                  Protzman, Ferdinand. “Galleries.” Style. Washington Post 16 July 1998: 1, 5. Print.

1997         Makinen, Julie. "Art Invades Life on 7th Street." District Weekly. Washington Post 17 Apr. 1997: 1. Print.

1995         Protzman, Ferdinand. “Galleries.” Style. Washington Post 9 Dec. 1995: C2. Print.

                  Shulman, Randy. “An Interview.” (Cover Feature) Metro Arts & Entertainment Weekly 1.38 (1995): 4+. Print.

1993         Mancina, Saverio. "The Point: A Personal Crusade." Washington Blade 24.30 (1993): 41, 46. Print.

                  Mánlapaz, Joey P. "The Green Room: An Interview with Mike Baker." Channel 53/56 (Fairfax, VA cable TV), Jun. 1993. Television.

1992         McCoy, Mary. "Visual Arts: Asian Artists Drawn Into Circle." District Weekly. Washington Post 3 Dec. 1992: 4. Print.

                 McCoy, Mary. "Visual Arts: Show Offers Slices of Daily Life." District Weekly. Washington Post 9 Apr. 1992: 2. Print.

1991         Castañeda, Ruben. "DC School of Realism Influences a Work of Art: Damage to Art Traced to Stray Bullet." Metro. Washington Post 12 Dec. 1991: 3. Print.

                  Greenwood, Douglas McCreary. "Joey Mánlapaz: An Artist Building on the Past." Crystal City Magazine Summer 1991: 24-25. Print.

1990         Harper, Jennifer. "Ring in the Old." Home. Washington Times 27 Dec. 1990: 1. Print.

                  Krasnow, Iris. “On Scene.” Museum & Arts Washington July/Aug. 1990: 12. Print.

                 "Washington Looks To Joey Mánlapaz's Paintings As They Breathe Life To Its Old Relic Buildings." Filipino Life Magazine June/July 1990: 22-23. Print.

1989         Koklanaris, Maria. "Preserving the Soul of Landmarks: Artist Captures Buildings at Risk." District Weekly. Washington Post 9 Nov. 1989: 1, 9. Print.

1984         Cooper, L. Lanier. "Old N.W. Building Attract Enclaves of Artist." District Weekly. Washington Post 1 Mar. 1984: 1, 4. Print.

       

SELECTED JURIED/GROUP EXHIBITS:

2015         Gallery Plan B, Ten by Ten, Washington, DC

2014         Gallery Plan B, ManMade, Washington, DC

2013         Capitol Arts Network, 4th of July, Rockville, MD

                  Zenith at D.C. Economic Partnership, Inauguration Art Show by Washington Artists, Washington, DC

2012         Strathmore Hall Foundation, Inc., You Are What You Eat, Bethesda, MD

2011         Dorian Grey Gallery, You Are Here: Washington D.C., New York City, NY

                  Affordable Art Fair, New York City, NY

                  Target Gallery,Masks, Alexandria, VA

                  Galery Plan B,Local Color, Washington, DC

            Peterson-Cody Gallery, Group Landscape & Cityscape Show, Santa Fe, NM

2010         Zenith at Chevy Chase Pavilion, Food Glorious Food, Bethesda, MD

                  The Art Registry at Hotel Palomar to benefit Dress for Success, Washington, DC  

                  Plan B Gallery,INside/OUTside, Washington, DC

                        Red Dot Art Fair, Miami, FL

2009, ‘07  Zenith Gallery, Food Glorious Food, Washington, DC

2009          Arts Harmony Hall Regional Center, 20 Years: A Retrospective, Fort Washington, MD

2008          McLean Project for the Arts, Once Again, Again: Rhythm and Repetition; Juror: Annie Gawlak, Director, G Fine Art, Washington, DC

2007          Wendt Contemporary, 6th Annual Summer Salon, Laguna Beach, CA

                   Bridge Art Fair, London

                   WPA\Corcoran,Turning the Page – Installment #5, Washington, DC

2006         Zenith Gallery, Our Town: Washington Artists, Washington, DC

2005          Warehouse Gallery, SEVEN, Washington, DC.  Juror: Lenny Campello, Art Critic

2004           Parker Gallery at Mickelson, Brittany Under William Woodward, The George Washington University, Washington, DC

                  David Adamson Gallery, Digital Prints, co-sponsored by DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Washington, DC

2002-’03   Traveling Exhibition: Brown Strokes On  A White Canvas—A Kaleidoscopic View Of The Philippine-American Experience; Foundry Gallery,Washington, DC; George Mason University, Fairfax, VA; Philippine Center, New York City, NY

2002         Corcoran Gallery of Art, Faculty Biennial, Washington, DC

1999         Zenith Gallery, Washington Comes To Life, Washington, DC

1998         The World Bank, Philippines Centennial, Washington, DC

1997-‘98   Gallery K, Summer Show, Washington, DC

1996-‘97   Corcoran Gallery of Art, Corcoran/Washington Project for the Arts Auction, Washington, DC

1996         Philippine Embassy, Independence Day, Washington, DC

                  Gallery K, Scapes... land, city, mind..., Washington, DC

1995         Washington Project for the Arts, Art Auction, Washington, DC

                  Northern Virginia Community College, Oil & Water Do Mix, Annandale, VA

                  Perry House, Gilpin Gallery, Gallery West, Prince Royal, Art of the Politically Incorrect, Alexandria, VA

                  Corcoran Gallery of Art, Faculty Group Exhibit, Washington, DC

1994         Gallery K, Cityscape, Washington, DC

1993         Zenith Gallery, Holiday Show, Washington, DC

                  Office of US Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (DC), Invitational, Washington, DC

                 Central Intelligence Agency, Group Show, Springfield, VA

                 Zenith Gallery, Creative Solutions: Visions for the Future, Washington, DC

1993-‘94    Gallery K, Summer Show, Washington, DC

1992-‘95   Corcoran Gallery of Art, Art Auction, Washington, DC

1992         Sumner School Museum & Archives, Circle of Friendship, Asian American Arts Media, Washington, DC

                 Zenith Gallery, DC Scenes, Washington, DC

                 Artists Equity, Bethesda, MD; Members Exhibition, Juror: Patricia Tobacco Forrester

                  Artist Regional Multimedia Exhibition, Fairfax, VA, Annual Exhibition;  Juror: Judith Zilczer, Curator of Painting, Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC

1991-‘93   Gallery K, Small is Beautiful, Washington, DC

1991         Gallery K, Back to Basics I, Washington, DC

                 Martin Luther King Library, Chinatown, DC: A Photographic Journal, Washington, DC

                 Office of Mayor Sharon Pratt Kelly (DC), Bicentennial Art Exhibition, Co-Sponsor: DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, Washington, DC

                 Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA, Annual Exhibition; Juror: Komei Wachi, Gallery K

                  Art League/NOVA Fine Arts Association, Alexandria, VA, Annual Exhibition; Juror: Julia Boyd, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Art, Richmond, VA

1990         Zenith Gallery, Media Mixes at Zenith, Washington, DC

                 Office of Mayor Marion Barry (DC), Scenes of DC, Washington, DC

1989         Partner's Gallery, Washington Artists, Bethesda, MD

                  Regional Multimedia Exhibition, Fairfax, VA, Annual Exhibition; Juror: Helaine Posner, Curator of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC

1988         Sumner School Museum & Archives, Tres Filipinas, Washington, DC

                 Office of Mayor Marion Barry (DC), Asian Pacific American Art Exhibition, Washington, DC

                  Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Rockville, MD, Urban Landscapes; Juror: Mary Swift, Washington Review

1986, ‘92  Washington Project for the Arts, Art Auction, Washington, DC

1986         Martin Luther King Library, Highlights of the Year, Washington, DC; Jurors: Jacqueline Serwer, Assistant Curator of Painting & Sculpture,

                  National Museum of American Art; Robert Stewart, Senior Curator, National Portrait Gallery

                  Dimock Gallery, Washington, DC, GWU Alumni Show; Jurors: Ned Rifkin, former Curator of Contemporary Art; Corcoran Gallery of Art; Jones Troyer Gallery; Francoise Yohalem       

1985         American Red Cross, Hispanic Initiative, Washington, DC

1983         Veerhoff Galleries, Streets & Pathways, Washington, DC

1982         The World Bank, Philippine Expatriates in the East Coast, Washington, DC

1980         Dimock Gallery, MFA Thesis, Body Portraits of Women: A Search for Style, Washington, DC

 

TEACHING POSITIONS:  

Current      Associate Faculty, Corcoran School of Art & Design at George Washington University, Washington, DC (formerly Corcoran College of Art + Design); The Art League School, Alexandria, VA; Lecturer, Georgetown University, Department of Art & Art History, Washington, DC

 

EDUCATION:  George Washington University, WDC ♦ 1980 Master of Fine Arts in Painting ♦ 1977 Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts and Zoology (Pre-Medicine)