Nika Dizon uses her penchant for surrealism to create colorful and imaginative artworks that entertains darker ideas.
Foreign and Local Artists Unite at the third edition of ICAF: International Contemporary Art Fest 2021
On exhibit at the Shangri-la Plaza East Wing, Mid-level Atrium from February 13 to 21, ICAF is a visual banquet of works by 27 artists of 14 countries, in equal footing and sensibility.
Shang is celebrating National Arts Month with three major exhibits this February
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If you pass by the University of the Philippines, Diliman you’ll notice an ongoing construction in front of its iconic Oblation statue. The installation, entitled Barikada, is a massive assemblage by U.P. Professor Toym Imao. The structure is made with “Repurposed materials such as condemned UPD furniture, bamboo from last year’s lighting and items from…
The new integrated S.E.A. Focus to nurture appreciation of the region’s art with a curated onsite experience, insider tours and virtual travels to international art spaces, and expert discourse in its third edition.
Being able to draw before learning how to write foretold what Kristine Lim was born for. Lim graduated Cum Laude from University of the Philippines Diliman, College of Fine Arts with a major in Visual Communications.
The theme for 2021 is “SPECTRUM: The Art of Possibilities”.
In David Medalla’s works, an impetus thrusts mind and imagination to a place that causes them to make connections between the mundane and the cosmic. Text by Elvira Araneta Avila Damien Hirst has pointed to him as one of the three international artists working out of Britain who have been an inspiration to him. Quite…
Dominic Rubio illustrates the timelessness of traditional Filipino culture through his art. By Mara Fabella Dominic Rubio is a man with a taste for the past. As an artist, he recreates the elegant culture of the traditional Filipino way of life. His paintings and sculptures depict the Filipinos of Old Manila—men donning the stately barong…