Twelve: A Showcase of Flamencos Most Celebrated Rhythms

posted on Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Twelve: A Showcase of Flamencos Most Celebrated Rhythms

The country's premier Flamenco ensemble, "Quinto", presents, "Twelve: A Showcase of Flamenco's Most Celebrated Rhythms" at Teatrino, Greenhills on August 9, 2014. Show starts at 7:30pm.

Psychology Today by Maria Cruz

posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Psychology Today by Maria Cruz

The Cultural Center of the Philippines and Galleria Duemila presents Psychology Today, a solo show by conceptual painter Maria Cruz. Psychology Today is a suite of text-based paintings based on eight out of seventeen topics from an advertorial insert of the same name at a 1971 issue of Esquire magazine. The selection strikes a chord in the areas of gender, politics, race, and identity.

Dulaang UP's Measure for Measure/Hakbang sa Hakbang

posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Dulaang UP's Measure for Measure/Hakbang sa Hakbang

One of William Shakespeare’s best-known plays, Measure for Measure, opens Dulaang UP’s 39th season and celebrates Shakespeare’s 450th birth anniversary.

MCOF Young Artists' Series 2014: Bradley Bascon

posted on Monday, July 21, 2014
MCOF Young Artists' Series 2014: Bradley Bascon

Filipino-American violinist Bradley Bascon opens the "MCOF Young Artists' Series 2014" this coming July 28, 2014 (Monday) at 7:00p.m. at the Ayala Museum,  Makati City.  

Double Consciousness by Lyra Garcellano

posted on Monday, July 21, 2014
Double Consciousness by Lyra Garcellano

Lyra Garcellano simulates an art fair environment and deprives it of its saccharine glory. The artist’s silent, nearly austere, treatment of the space offers a critique on normative transactions occurring in the art world.

Fabric Skin by Marina Cruz

posted on Monday, July 21, 2014
Fabric Skin by Marina Cruz

Dress can be framed as subjective expressions of individuality or, conversely, symptomatic of larger structural phenomenon. On the other hand, the works of visual artist Marina Cruz have over the years delved into the use of fabric as surface and signifier, of dress as both object of aesthetic pleasure and subject of personal narrative. These are images where social history, aesthetic pleasure and personal testimony converge.

Galimgim: A Solo Show by Ambie Abaño

posted on Monday, July 21, 2014
Galimgim: A Solo Show by Ambie Abaño

Tin-aw Art Gallery presents Galimgim - a solo show by Ambie Abaño. Galimgim is loosely translated into “nostalgia,” “homesickness,” or “longing.” In Galimgim, Abaño useswood cut prints on canvas, paper and repurposed objects to present an exhibition that is a response to a longing for the past, a yearning to re-establish a connection with a dearly missed space and time.

LOOB by Renato Habulan and Alfredo Esquillo

posted on Monday, July 21, 2014
LOOB by Renato Habulan and Alfredo Esquillo

The UP Vargas Museum in cooperation with Tin-aw Art Gallery opens Renato Habulan and Alfredo Esquillo’s two-man exhibit titled LOOB on July 22, 2014, 6PM at the GF Lobby and West Wing Galleries of the museum. An Artists Talk precedes the formal opening at 4:30PM.

Sans Disservice: Dani Girl and the Imaginative Spin on a Cliché Narrative

by Francis Christian Lubag posted on Saturday, July 19, 2014
Sans Disservice: Dani Girl and the Imaginative Spin on a Cliché Narrative

What separates 'Dani Girl' apart from the rest of the genre is the light-hearted and tender perspective. The formula is given depth with its refreshing point of introspection and the playful interpretation of the protagonist’s imagination.

Inspire Every Day

posted on Friday, July 18, 2014
Inspire Every Day

Over the past week, fine art and history destination Ayala Museum released an announcement through its social media channels stating, ‘July 19 could be the most inspiring day of your life.’