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The photographer returns with a second collection of contemplative cityscape photos.
In May 2019, while giving a lecture about photography at the Leica store in Manila, Monty Papa shared a slideshow of thought-provoking images. They were shot on the busy streets of Hong Kong and captured the pulsating city life sans the color. A ...
 
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Portraits of John Lennon, Meryl Streep, and Brooke Shields are part of the sale.
Photography lovers, take note: Sotheby's New York is hosting two incredible auctions in the coming days. The auction selection includes iconic images of beloved stars including Brooke Shields, Meryl Streep, and John Lennon, along with shots taken by legendary photographers like Richard ...
 
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Photographer Douglas Kirkland remembers the shoot fondly: "It was just myself, the camera, and Marilyn."
Back in 1961—less than a year before she died—Marilyn Monroe posed for what would become one of her most memorable photoshoots. It started off simply enough, with Monroe, surrounded by stylists and assistants, posing in a dress. "She started working with me for ...
 
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Stockbroker Monty Papa reveals the unseen by stripping color from familiar cityscapes.
It was the acts of courage during the 1986 EDSA Revolution that lead Monty Papa into the world of images. Back then, he was just a 16-year-old taking photos of the many rallies happening on the streets during that tumultuous moment in ...
 
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The tycoon reveals his funny side during a talk with the photographer.
Jaime Zobel de Ayala is many things we already know—a philanthropist, an art enthusiast, and chairman of Ayala Corporation. But one casual evening at the Manila House revealed another side to the business tycoon: He is also a funnyman. Zobel de Ayala was ...
 
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In the age of likes and swipes, top photographer Tom Epperson presents images that invite conversation and consideration.
The age of influence has changed the game: Likes land on the bold and shiny. Shares happen around the cool. People gravitate toward what's popular, which can be what's noisy, what's quick, and maybe what's obvious.“Social media is the driving force right ...
 
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He's capturing moments that most people may never experience in their lifetime.
Filipino landscape photographer Edwin Martinez has dedicated the past five years of his career to capturing the magic of the aurora borealis, also commonly known as the Northern Lights. He’s traveled as far as Iceland, Norway, New Zealand, and Canada in the ...
 
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This look into the lives of Hong Kong’s domestic workers is informed by Xyza Cruz Bacani’s own experiences as a second-generation migrant domestic worker.
Air is both invisible and vital. Few individuals ever take time to think about what fuels their every breath, and yet its absence is impossible to ignore. Air is ever-important, but hardly noticed.Xyza Cruz Bacani, photographer and one of Asia Society’s 2018 ...
 
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Isa Lorenzo and Rachel Rillo curate a pair of exhibits that directly challenges preconceptions of painting and photography.
Does the process of creating art dictate its form? At what point does deviating from convention strip a piece of its categorization? What constitutes a painting? And when does a photograph stop being a photograph?Silverlens Galleries aims to answer these questions with ...
 
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Nicole Tantoco de los Reyes shares stories of their first trip as a married couple.
Miko de los Reyes married Nicole Tantoco in Nuvali, Laguna.The charming ceremony and the reception were full of details customized by the bride and groom themselves, from the hand-painted invitations to the flowers and several decorative elements. To the couple, planning the ...
 
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Art Fair's new section devoted entirely to photography is worth a visit.
This year, Art Fair Philippines highlights photography through ARTFAIRPH/PHOTO. An entire section is devoted to the under-recognized medium to “increase awareness for photography as a form of contemporary art,” say the fair organizers who hope to expand photography’s collectability among Filipinos.One of ...
 
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When the local fair began in 2013, it saw 6,000 visitors walk through its doors. Last year, the number grew to over 40,000.
The last five years have been exciting for art lovers, collectors, and gallerists who have been attending the annual Art Fair Philippines at The Link. The art exhibition gears up for its sixth and biggest show yet on March 1 to 4. What’s ...
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