Double Dead is a two-person exhibition of a painter and a sculptor, one inspired by imagination and the other is driven by material. Noel Elicana is a product of art contests, whose paintings are cryptic collages of what the artist says are his personal myths. While Tyrone Espinosa is molded by the craftsmanship that he…
Braza wants the audience to take their time with his pieces, saying that although he has no control over the audience’s experience with his creation, perhaps the audience can have control over their creations and perceptions of their image.
Martin Genodepa installs sculptures in front of UPV to remember the crowd.
Our team has put together art events in key cities in the Philippines, as well as events that can be viewed online. Click on learn more to be directed to the organizer’s website. Iloilo Battle of Mactan Diorama Sulu Garden Miag-ao Learn more Mujer Mamusa Art Gallery Iloilo Business Park Learn more Read our review…
Paul John Cabanalan and Joebert Gayoma are bringing their art to a new light.
In Mujer, Erika Mayo, Roselle Perez, Margaux Blas, Shiela Molato, Marge Chavez, Elwah Gonzales, Tara Illenberger, and Regine Espinosa attempt to shatter the antiquated notion of how female art is viewed by the audience by bestowing the power upon the artist to control the visuals and narrative.
For our series Artist’s Perspective, an artist reflects on how gentrification is highlighted during the pandemic.
Corazon del Arte, an interactive installation by Megumi Miura and her collaborators; Brandon Braza, Zabiel Nemenzo, Zander Lopez, and Zanna Jamili, is a homage to the dead and a protection of the living.
Language is an interesting thing; the same word can mean two different things in diverse dialects. Ginoe’s “Banal Banal” or “Sacred Ordinary” explores that very concept by meeting two seemingly polar opposites and making them far more similar to one another than what originally meets the eye. “I’ve heard a lot of stories when I…
Hardly can the story of the revival of the traditional piña weaving industry in Aklan be discussed without mentioning the life, art, innovations, and advocacy of Anna India Dela Cruz Legaspi.