Mirroring, Multiplying: The Start and End Points of the Tuklas Program, Manila


Art Radar checks out this new mentorship program whose creators are Filipino social realist painters, Alfredo Esquillo and Renato Habulan.

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“Still Life”: Filipino artist Patricia Perez Eustaquio at Silverlens Gallery, Manila


To celebrate a decade of representation with Silverlens, the gallery showcases Patricia Perez Eustaquio’s work on human appetite, excess and the vanity of objects.

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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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Filipino artist Pio Abad explores political “Counternarratives” at Silverlens Gallery


Artist Pio Abad brings up the archive of resistance to the Marcos dictatorship in the Phillipines following the recent burial of the dictator.

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Geography of Nostalgia: Bridging the Past and Present with Filipino artist Issay Rodriguez – in conversation


Art Radar speaks to emerging Filipino artist Issay Rodriguez about her artistic practice on the occasion of her latest solo exhibition.

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“Herding Islands, Rats and the Anthropocene”: emerging Filipino curator Renan Laru-an – interview


Renan Laru-an talks about his upcoming collaborative project in the Philippines.

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