Visual artist Kristine Lim and songwriter and composer Jonathan Manalo brave the storm through Kuwento Ng Alon.
Art enthusiasts and collectors now have a new festival to add to their calendars! MoCAF, the Modern and Contemporary Art Festival, will be held from July 29 to 31 at the Fairmont Hotel in Makati. Presented by Art+, a publishing house and multimedia platform that started out as the only resource for Philippine visual art news.
Nothing is abstract in Patrick Esmao’s shift in trajectory.
In pursuing the fruitful life of an artist, Jomike Tejido creates works that hark back to the simple joys of art-making and creating.
Glass artist Marge Organo finds new resolve to continue making art.
On his 16th year of painting abstractions, Fitz Herrera continues to chase happiness through play.
The father of Philippine Environmental Surrealism opens up the gates to his natural realm of wonder and mystery.
Enacted in the language of Impressionism, Expressionism, and the abstraction that go with them, Kenneth Montegrande’s works carry with them his compulsion and obsession to create figures in defiance of oppressive and meaningless void.
Marc Aran Reyes’ monochromatic paintings tell the story of stark opposites, not just in the palette, but in the psyche, and how these clash and eventually synthesize.
Sid Natividad paints water in hyperrealistic detail as a meditation on the persisting and ultimately fragile nature of life.