We are at an exceptional epoch, a photographic time wherein the world of art embraces photography as its own - without a shadow of a doubt--as never before. Images are now identified as 'art' and many photographers consider independent space, gallery and the museum as refuge to their work.
Drawing on paper is the focus of the new exhibit of Galerie Stephanie in Libis, “Fundamentals: Drawings from Modernist and Contemporary Masters,” which opens on April 25 at Galerie Stephanie.
With flamboyant costumes, extraordinary headdresses, and a customized bus as its sparkling centerpiece, Priscilla is a must see spectacular, and it’s coming in May 2014.
The UP Asian Center Museum in partnership with the UP College of Fine Arts opens two art exhibitions on Tuesday, 22 April, at 5:00 PM.
Witness and experience a carnivalesque collection of painterly artworks made by 24 artists of Filipino and European origin as the Metropolitan Museum of Manila brings you “Brave New Worlds: Utopia in Dystopia” in partnership with the Embassy of France in Manila.
Revisit the timeless hits of one of the country’s highly esteemed icon of Filipino music as the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra unveils its first Spotlight Series with “The Music of Ryan Cayabyab” on May 3 (Saturday); 3PM and 8PM at the CCP’s Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo Theater.
The Lahing Kayumanggi Dance Company in partnership with the Philippine Baranggay Folk Dance Troupe and PETA Theater Center proudly presents "Magkabilaan".
Perhaps the most important company in the Philippines at the end of the nineteenth century and until mid-twentieth century and certainly the main tobacco company in the country, the Compañía General de Tabacos de Filipinas, more popularly known as Tabacalera, is still a stranger to many of us.
Celebrating twenty-three years of breathtakingly brilliant runs on Broadway and twelve equally remarkable blockbuster years at the West End, the resounding global phenomenon STOMP, returns to the Philippines--- three years after its first spectacular sold-out season during its Manila staging in 2011.
In the unique tradition of street art, gritty visuals transform spaces into artistic landmarks and markers of community engagement. It is a language defined by contact, dialogue and exchange.