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House of Mizrahi PH On its 6 th year, Fringe Manila continues to champion experimental art, daring all and baring all. Text and photos by Paolo Vergara Draper Startup House in Poblacion, Makati, witnessed the February 12 launch of Fringe Festival Manila 2020, the local yet independently-organized iteration of the international staging ground for uncurated,…
As the local art scene diversifies, established and emerging galleries and groups find ever-increasing collaboration. Text by Paolo Vergara | Photos courtesy of Fringe MNL The worldwide Fringe festival has come to represent the uncurated, the avant-garde, and the untested corners in the art world, serving as a staging ground for works that won’t be…