The first Fine Arts NFT collection in the country, showcasing the work of Juvenal Sansó, was sold out at a special dinner by Artifract, an arts NFT platform developed by UBx and operated by Unit 256.
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC) takes a look back at how its National Students Art Competition (NSAC), now celebrating its 55th anniversary, has evolved in a continuously changing world while creating a unique legacy of talented artists. Its current theme, “Sulong Sining,” is a call of action to students and young creatives to advance and transform society through their art.
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.
This article originally appeared in Art+ Magazine Issue 38 (March-April 2015). The article is republished here as part of #ArtPlusFlashbackFriday project. Text by Cid Reyes. “The female Amorsolo.” It was a label she recoiled from, a label that would otherwise have sent perhaps other female artists to the seventh heaven. It was itself a benediction…
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.
We look back to Love Marie (Heart Evangelista)’s cover story from 2014.
Group exhibition hosted by Galerie Raphael opens June 22 – July 7, 2021
To mark the occasion of Mr. Juvenal Sansó’s 91st birthday, Fundacion Sansó is launching La Definitiva Sansó: A Life Lived Thrice by eminent art historian and art critic Dr. Reuben Cañete.
Michael Cacnio collaborates with master artists and provides a new context to their respective works. By Ren Aguila
While not too many have heard of his name, Larry Tronco belonged to a unique set of artists who were sent on scholarship to Madrid, Spain in the 1950s. His compatriots in Madrid then were Cesar Legaspi and Arturo Luz.