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They are honoring the heroes who work tirelessly every day in the midst of the pandemic.
The COVID-19 crisis has thrown millions of lives off course, and there's no real way of knowing exactly what the world order will look like once this pandemic eventually recedes. Those of us who are able to work from home realize that our situation
With the #ArtforMedPH movement anyone can help from the safety of their homes.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic art, often undervalued and taken for granted, has reminded the world of its vitality to society. Aside from movies, books, music and other media keeping millions of homebound people company, artists have found a way to mobilize their
No pressure, just a whole lot of fun and fulfillment.
Given the enhanced community quarantine, I guess you could say we’ve been pretty tethered, at least spatially. Millions of people are forced to stay home, prompting a boom of online instructional content on how to best spend our time. Yet, there exists,
Time to carve out a reading nook!
Now's the time to reawaken the dedicated bookworm you were in high school.Seeing the responses we've received on our Instagram post asking readers for content inspo during the quarantine, we've decided to do a list of book recos! We've rounded up books
For those staying home these days.
The COVID-19 pandemic didn't only affect everyone's daily movement, but also forced theaters and galleries to close down. For one, Art Basel Hong Kong, meant to take place from March 19 to 21, has been called off; locally, Art in the Park—scheduled for
It's all for free and we've narrowed down where you should start!
The entire Luzon has been placed under “enhanced community quarantine” in a bid to keep the COVID-19 virus from claiming more patients in the country. In light of this measure, most of us, if we're lucky enough, have taken to an enforced
Ready your wallets!
Now that we've collated a wealth of useful tips on building our personal art collection from Art Fair Philippines 2020, it's high time we put theory into practice. What better avenue to do so than in this year's annual Art in the Park.
"Don't be in such a hurry to build your collection."
If you’re combing through the maze of galleries at the 8th annual Art Fair Philippines, you might get the idea of purchasing a contemporary piece or two from the fair, but before you begin building your collection, or adding to the pieces
Oh, and the best part? These original art works won't break the bank!
So you’ve amassed enough photos in your home decor board on Pinterest, so the next step is making it come to life! Whether you’re doing a full renovation or a quick house revamp, one of the easiest (and most affordable) ways to
Time to visit a museum again!
Recently, the House of Representatives passed a resolution honoring 80-year-old neurologist and prominent art enthusisast Dr. Joven Cuanang for his contributions not only in the medical science but also for the art world. Cuanang is known for his love of the arts,
Don't forget your basic museum etiquette.
Van Gogh Alive's finally slated to open this week on October 26 at One Bonifacio High Street. While there are no set rules to dictate how one can appreciate the exhibit, it's still important to keep basic museum etiquette in mind. To
Hurry up because some dates are already sold out!
It was announced a week ago that the world's most visited multi-sensory museum will be coming to Manila this October. Since then, Van Gogh Alive and its digital treatment has found itself in the middle of a social media debate as of
"Hecklers and haters became a part of your life when you realize you’re actually doing something worth doing."
This was originally published in Esquire Magazine's April 2013 issue.I don’t subscribe to the argument that only death gives life meaning. That’s for suckers. Life is so much fun.At the start of the year I sort of had a health scare. I thought I
It opens on October 26!
Indulge your senses in a museum experience unlike any other at Van Gogh Alive, a multi-sensory exhibition displaying the great auteur's masterpieces laid out for viewer interaction. The exhibit will be staged at One Bonifacio High Street for a limited time only
It features all the Filipina winners of Miss Universe!
In case you haven't been to the North lately, there's a work of art situated there that may make you want to visit. In the busy mall of SM North, a bright mural featuring Gloria Diaz, Margie Moran, Pia Wurtzbach, and Catriona Gray standing tall with their winning
"In the same way that Narcissus’ portrait was made, this is me remembering who I am.”
With over 20 years of experience in the industry, artist and photographer Wawi Navarroza has had her fair share of ups and downs. Hers was a rollercoaster of epic highs and all-time lows. From receiving grants and awards, to losing all her works and
Malang Santos' granddaughter is paving her own path.
One would think that Isabel Santos' hands have always been destined for the canvas. She, after all, descends from a family of great Filipino artists—her parents being Soler and Mona Santos, and her grandfather, the late Malang Santos, an award-winning icon of contemporary
He holds the world record for the most expensive work sold by a living artist.
Jeff Koons may well be one of the most successful and controversial artists of this century. Most known for his larger-than-life, mirror-polished stainless steel rendering of balloon dogs (yes, like something a clown would make for a three-year-old's birthday party), Jeff currently
Here's why you shouldn't miss it.
Just a few days ago, social media rose up in indignant frenzy after news of a lesbian couple, who had been beaten up and robbed by a mob of men in London, circulated the interwebs. According to reports, the two women were
It's part of the much-awaited Art Fair Philippines.
With the hopes of bringing art closer to the people, Art Fair Philippines also holds 10 Days of Art—a 10-day art festival that showcases public art pieces, promotes gallery shows, and holds art talks outside the confines of The Link from February