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The production is actress Cris Villonco’s directorial debut, putting her in the ranks of the country’s sorely small population of female directors.
Red Turnip Theater launches its fifth season with a century’s worth of storytelling in A Doll’s House, Part 2, bringing to Metro Manila a powerful piece of modern feminism that, truth be told, ought to be required viewing for anyone considering marriage.The ...
 
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With Basquiats, Modiglianis, and Picassos going for upwards of $100 million, the stakes have never been higher.
There’s an old joke among art market veterans that says the thicker the file of supporting documents for a painting, the more likely it is to be a pants-on-fire fake. These days, in a world in which Basquiats, Modiglianis, and Picassos can ...
 
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The winners will take the world stage with international residency grants from partners of Ateneo Art Gallery.
To say art is a reflection of society is barely scratching the surface of what art truly is and what it can be.While it may be viewed as an expression of an artist’s personal story, commentary, opinion, or experience, art can speak ...
 
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The illustrator's exhibition is open in Los Angeles.
It’s very hard to categorize the work of Konstantin Kakanias. Painter or illustrator? Humorist or truth-teller? While we wait to make up our minds, we can certainly agree that the work is funny and intelligent in equal measure. It is also visually ...
 
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The cast and music work together to create an absolute spectacle onstage, overshadowing any of its minor flaws.
Ang Huling El Bimbo is an exceptional production with flawed storytelling, but ultimately remains a show well-worth your time and money. If you’re able to catch it as it nears the end of its run, consider yourself fortunate—tickets, it’s been said, are ...
 
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The world created by the musical's director manages to sneak sinister undertones into its rosy, yet simultaneously accurate vision of the Philippines during the Martial Law period.
There’s no question that the current political climate has spurred the creation of new art, and it’s no more apparent than this month, when three Martial Law-related stories—two films (ML and Liway) and a musical—have made their debuts. Of these three, Eto ...
 
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The collection, owned by Bank of the Philippine Islands, is on display until August 12.
One visit to an art fair or auction would be enough to show you how incredibly expensive or valuable art can be. Who can forget Jose Joya's 1959 abstract work that sold for more than P112 million at the Leon Gallery auction ...
 
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The 2018 Ateneo Art Awards celebrates explorations beyond boundaries.
One of the more attention-grabbing pieces at the 2018 Ateneo Art Awards is Robert Langenegger’s Only Dog Can Judge Me: a still life of a feast of meat and dog food painted on a framed canvas. In breaking the traditional barrier between two ...
 
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The Tony Award winner will play Sarah Bernhardt in one of the season’s most anticipated shows.
Beginning August 31, Janet McTeer—the Oscar nominee and Golden Globe, Tony, and Olivier Award winner—will return to the Broadway stage in the Roundabout Theatre Company’s world-premiere production of Bernhardt/Hamlet, a new comedy from Pulitzer Prize finalist Theresa Rebeck. And here, Town & Country has the ...
 
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A look inside Greece's Aegean Film Festival.
While many of the larger film festivals—like Sundance, Cannes, Tribeca—attract crowds that might able to be attending Art Basel, South by Southwest, Burning Man, or Coachella, many of the world’s smaller festivals have to find the right niche in order to attract film audiences and ...
 
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It's been 100 years since the Tsar and his wife and children were brutally executed in a Siberian forest, but the story still has the power to shock.
A century after the brutal murders of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, his wife Alexandra, and their five children (Olga, Tatiana, Maria, Anastasia, and Alexei), the execution of the Russian imperial family continues to capture the popular imagination. In honor of the 100th anniversary ...
 
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"Under the Influence" by Dom Laroza will be on display at Provenance Art Gallery until July 1.
Provenance Art Gallery, located at Shangri-La Hotel, the Fort, recently unveiled its latest exhibition, “Under the Influence.” Alongside Laroza’s exhibit, the gallery also showcases that of fellow local artist Edu Perreras, entitled “Iconic Irreverence.” A post shared by PROVENANCE ART GALLERY (@provenanceartgallery) on Jun 8, ...
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