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"Louis Vuitton X" was designed to highlight collaborations new and old—and serve as a great Instagram background.
In recent years, legacy brand Louis Vuitton has found renewed relevance through collaboration. Rather than shield off its iconic "LV" logo with a gilded rope, the label has reveled in reinvention, allowing a series of artists to remix and revamp its designs.Now, Louis Vuitton is taking ...
 
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Look closely to see what these furry friends are made of.
Josephine Turalba’s canines are playful, engaging, endearing.Bespectaculed, bejeweled, at rest, or at play, the dogs beg to be touched, caressed, by the viewer.May we? we ask the artist, knowing fully well that works of art are not meant to be handled.After a ...
 
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Drexel University's retrospective exhibition celebrates the career of the late American fashion designer.
James Galanos, likely the most important American fashion designer of the 20th century, is having a homecoming of sorts in Philadelphia. Two years after his passing at 92-years-old, Drexel University is honoring the late designer with James Galanos: Design Integrity—an exhibition drawn largely ...
 
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Held in part to remember our tragic history, the Manila Biennale 2018—“an art event as well as a memorial”—aims to bring back the spirit of the city through arts and culture.
“Manila has lost its soul,” laments artist and provocateur Carlos Celdran, perhaps also the city’s most famous—or notorious, depending where you stand on his political and social views—tour guide. This simple statement is the motivating factor behind the launch of the Manila ...
 
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Pintô Art Museum's sister institution is making big waves in the international art scene.
Pintô Art Museum founder Dr. Joven Cuanang is intent on spreading the word about Filipino art and creating a platform for it be seen around the world.The idea of starting Pintô International, which introduces the works of Filipino artists abroad, spring from ...
 
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Three artists convey how they see places, events, politics, and global concerns through mixed-media art.
In “Anyplace Whatever,” ongoing at Artery Art Space, Catalina Africa-Espinosa, Richard Quebral, and Mai Saporsantos interpret another way of “looking and living,” dissecting through various forms of art the places, events, global concerns, politics, and chance encounters that influence our daily lives.Africa-Espinosa’s ...
 
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The Philippines may have had the honor of hosting the 2017 Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit, but the region’s art lovers have another destination in mind when it comes to celebrating a milestone in ASEAN history.
The Philippines may have had the honor of hosting the 2017 Association of Southeast Asian Nations Summit, but the region’s art lovers have another destination in mind when it comes to celebrating a milestone in ASEAN history. “Sunshower: Contemporary Art from Southeast ...
 
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J Studio's new address in Makati was welcomed by artists, collectors, and art aficionados.
Following a brief absence from the art scene, news of J Studio’s new address was welcomed by artists, collectors, and art aficionados. “We were in VFP2, a warehouse building at Veterans Center, Taguig,” its owner Jia Estrella explains, “and during that time ...
 
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In "Games and Politics," 18 politically themed video games were designed to confront issues of gender politics, migration, the morality of war, and surveillance of state.
In “Games and Politics,” a traveling interactive exhibit produced by the Goethe Institute in cooperation with Germany’s ZKM | Center for Art and Media, the notion that video games can affect social and political thought is explored. After opening at the new ...
 
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Ramon Valera accentuated the female form by puffing out the sleeves and drawing the waistline in; he also discarded the panuelo, allowing women to show more of their necklines.
The Center for Campus Art of the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde presents “Ramon Valera and the Modern,” an exhibit on the life and designs of the late National Artist for Fashion, as its first show for the school year. Several ...
 
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Artists Helping Hands aims toward creating a fund-giving body to address the needs of artists and will hold its first fundraising exhibit.
“It all started with a simple idea,” says sculptor Daniel de la Cruz. “I was having a conversation with another artist about the Philippine art scene and we both agreed that prices were getting very expensive and commercialized. We wanted to do ...
 
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Ian Fabro's works are on display at the exhibition space of the University of the Philippines’ Jorge Vargas Museum.
If we go by John Milton, it took all of Satan’s cunning—and a band of equally nefarious cohorts—to orchestrate man’s fall from Eden. Artist Ian Fabro, on the other hand, needed only pen, paper, and a heavy-duty staple gun to impart his ...
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