“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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4 young Filipino artists participate in Manila’s Artery Mentorship Program


Art Radar profiles 4 young Filipino artists participating in Artery Art Space’s Mentorship Program (AMP), which gives them an opportunity to learn from prominent figures in the country’s art scene.

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Contemporary art in Manila: Art Radar guide


Art Radar brings you its art city guide for Manila, Southeast Asia’s most progressive art hub.

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Manila’s mean streets: 7 Filipino street artists – part 3


The third installment of Art Radar‘s feature on the Filipino Street Art Project, a transmedia project documenting street art in the archipelago’s capital, profiles 7 artists working today.

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Manila’s mean streets: The Filipino Street Art Project – part 2 – interview


For the second installment of our three-part series on the Filipino Street Art Project, Art Radar presents an exclusive interview with Founders Kim Dryden and Austin Smith about the idea behind the project, the journey so far and what lies ahead.

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Manila’s mean streets: The Filipino Street Art Project – part 1


Art Radar brings you Part 1 of a three-part series that focuses on Filipino Street Art Project, which delves into the Filipino street art scene in and around Metro Manila through a website, a fortnightly newsletter and a documentary film.

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