Henrielle Pagkaliwangan’s exhibition, “Fragmentary Conversations,” at the BenCab Museum, takes off from the collection of the museum, specifically its notable array of bulul artifacts.
[Sketch] Corinne de San Jose Discusses Her Work for Abstract Photography Exhibition, “Equivalent/s,” at Silverlens
Blink and you’ll miss it–and we hope you don’t. “Equivalent/s,” exploring methods of abstraction in photography, and curated by Rachel Rillo, is on its last couple of days in Silverlens Galleries. For this week’s Sketch, we asked Corinne de San Jose, one of the exhibiting artists, about the photographs she created for the show.
[Off-the-Wall] Abstract Expressionism Takes “The Fore”: How the Movement Inspired the Kim Jones-Ken Samudio Collaboration
Fashion takes inspiration from art in SERIES, a collaborative effort between The Fore founder Kim Jones and accessories designer Ken Samudio. Before The Fore’s second collaboration launches this month, The Art Report takes one more look at the artistic influences that dictated the design aesthetic of the collection of earrings.
“six hundred and fifteen thousand four hundred and eighty eight” is a continuation of the project “one million dollars” which was exhibited at Artspace following her residency there in 2006.
Signum Contemporary Objects, a platform for objects created by artists, designers, architects, and creatives, opens “Memories” on 8 November at Artelano-11.
The Art Report Manila, in partnership with IndustreeTV, is pleased to present the pilot episode of The Art Report Films featuring Betsy Westendorp.
Alongside the exhibition are the works of two other cartoonists as well–newly inducted National Artist Larry Alcala and Robert Langenneger.
[Trailer] In line with The Art Report’s mission to engage local and international audiences with Manila’s art scene, The Art Report, in partnership with IndustreeTV, will soon be airing The Art Report Films.
Visiting a public market in the Philippines is immersive, enveloping one in its sights and smells and textures. Anglo-Dizon’s portrayal of these items in the macro hearken to that experience–enjoyably, but also unavoidably worryingly.
SILVERLENS is pleased to announce the solo exhibition of Alfredo Esquillo, one of the highlights of his silver anniversary celebration as an artist, and his first with the gallery. Titled Balik-Loob, the show revisits Esquillo’s fluency in the medium of oil-on-paper, which the artist methodically began exploring at the beginning of the millennium.