A Subconscious Effort to Form a Community: Filipino artist Lena Cobangbang on curating – interview


Lena Cobangbang shares her stories on being an artist and curator.

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“MANILA: Hidden in Plain Sight”: a travelling exhibition at MET Museum Manila


“MANILA: Hidden in Plain Sight”, a traveling exhibition of works by 8 contemporary Filipino and Manila-based artists, reveals facets of the city that are ignored, exoticised and forgotten.

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2 young Filipino artists to watch: Pow Martinez and Dina Gadia


Drawing on media, contemporary culture and counter-culture, Dina Gadia and Pow Martinez examine issues of the everyday, today.

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“People, Money, Ghosts (Movement as Metaphor)”: curator Roger Nelson on Southeast Asian art – interview


The recent group exhibition at Jim Thompson Art Centre reflected on the increasing global mobility in the artistic community and beyond.

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Martha Atienza wins Baloise Art Prize at Art Basel Statements 2017


The Baloise Art Prize 2017 at Art Basel is awarded to Filipino artist Martha Atienza and American Sam Pulitzer.

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Outsiders in their homeland: the Philippine Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale


Art Radar checks into “The Spectre of Comparison”, the Philippine Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2017.

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“The New Normal”: examining art’s place in China and the world today at UCCA, Beijing


“The New Normal” at UCCA tackles a range of global and topical issues.

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“ESCAPE from the SEA”: Japanese and Southeast Asian artists in Kuala Lumpur – in pictures


Japanese and Southeast Asian artists explore issues of identity, belongingness and history through the politics of borders in the region and beyond, in “ESCAPE from the SEA” by The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur.

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