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"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
Ning Orlina hopes to strengthen the Philippine art community.
The Philippine art movement has seen renewed vigor in the past decade in its drive to gain wider acceptance and sustained interest. While far from breaking through the mainstream, Philippine art has slowly been gaining maturity and refinement, a development that has
Another successful show!
This week, Solenn Heussaff took a break from show business in Manila to focus on her art. The actress flew all the way to Florida in the US, where she debuted four new paintings under Oliver and Espig's gallery. She and her
Being a woman in this modern world isn’t easy.
It’s easy to call one’s self modern and liberated. However, when faced with certain circumstances and experiences, one finds a certain tension that may not have been realized before. Enter, Mich Dulce. The world-renowned milliner had her eggs frozen in 2016 and found
Here's a sneak peek of her pieces!
Michelline Syjuco is a woman born into the arts. Born to respected artists Cesare and Jean Marie Syjuco, her path seemed not only inevitable, but designed. In fact, she was the youngest painter to be screened and exhibited at the Art Association
There's definitely more to her art than meets the eye.
Kalsada is only Solenn Heussaff's second art exhibit and yet she already thinks it'll be a difficult one to top. The gallery couldn't be any more different than her first, both in execution and inspiration. Because while she stuck to her forte
See what else is in store for the exhibit.
If you follow the multi-talented Solenn Heussaff on Instagram, then you probably know she's a very creative person. Well, around this time next month you'll get to see the fruits of her creative labor. From April 8 to May 8, you'll get
Instagram-worthy scenes, mos def.
Four days doesn’t seem to be enough to hold the Art Fair. Believe me, we went twice and it still wasn’t enough time for us to view everything, especially since the exhibition is a lot bigger this year. Last year's Art Fair
If going to Art Fair isn't enough!
We assume that your feed is flooding with posts from Art Fair, and we also assume that you'll drop by come weekend. But if you still have time to spare and want more art to digest, here are two galleries you can
The mighty editors came out for a night of art, wine and fantastic OOTDs.
On its third edition this 2015, Art Fair Philippines has grown bigger and better. Apart from taking over the 6th floor of The Link car park, it has expanded to half of the 7th floor, making space for 33 amazing galleries. A
Cream Silk flew us in for her art show in Singapore, and we discovered how the beyond-beautiful artista can be shy, sensitive and a little hardheaded.
When we arrive at the Chan Hampe Galleries at The Raffles Hotel in Singapore, Heart Evangelista—or “L.M. Ongpauco” as it appears on her paintings—is already pecking besos with her plenty guests. It is the night of her third art exhibit, and though
Catch the three week thematic exhibition in Greenbelt 5.
Louis Vuitton, Manila, will be bringing in a selection of ten rare antique trunks and twelve toys from the Paris museum collection for a special exhibit entitled “Trunks and Toys.” Ten framed images, which were inspired by the toy collection, by famed
Go see the recent exhibit of Patty Eustaquio.