This month’s Spotlight is focused on the National Gallery Singapore, which is currently holding a major exhibition titled “Century of Light,” a special presentation of two exhibitions focusing on the art of the 19th century: first, a comparative exhibition of two major Southeast Asian artists, Juan Luna (Philippines) and Raden Saleh (Indonesia) in “Between Worlds,” and second, the complementary exhibition of Impressionist works in “Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musee d’Orsay.”
Martin Honasan’s exhibition at Vinyl on Vinyl explores “Gestalt” and the answers to questions about what it means to be human.
In Part 2 of The Art Report’s interview with Richie Lerma, Lerma discusses the genesis of “The Well-Appointed Life” auction’s new Ethnographic and Tribal Art category, doing one’s research, and the importance of discernment.
In the first part of The Art Report’s interview with Richie Lerma, discussed are the beginnings of the auction house, its exponential growth, and the importance and critical influence of the masters on Filipino contemporary art.
Philippine art books–coffee-table books, monographs, zines, and more, all in one shop.
Touching Sky, Touching Earth: A Perspective of Jon and Tessy Pettyjohn’s “Touch Me, Touch Me Not” Exhibition at Silverlens
The questions posed by the art-versus-craft debate is brought to the fore once again, this time in an illuminating and “mischievous” exhibition of two of its best (and most reluctant) contenders.
A tour of a sherry winery in Jerez, Spain, rich with history and a magnificent art collection that includes work by Velasquez, Goya, and El Greco.