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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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Many travelers have been trading land travel for an invigorating expedition at sea.
The luxurious Crystal Symphony dropped anchor for the very first time in Boracay earlier this year.The ship which can hold up to 900 passengers, came from Benoa and Komodo in Indonesia and cruised the Sulu Sea. After Boracay, the ship, part of ...
 
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Including some very important handbags in an installation by London-based Filipino artist Pio Abad at the Silverlens booth.
1. "Twenty-Five Minutes Older," By Kingsley NgOne of the most talked-about exhibitions at the fair was Ng’s “Twenty-Five Minutes Older,” which took over three of Hong Kong’s famous tram-trains and outfitted them to work as moving camera obscuras. Each train moved around ...
 
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Like having a keener eye for color.
True to its roots as a warehouse gallery, Silverlens moves to a former commissary of a restaurant chain on Chino Roces Avenue. The space is brighter and bigger than its previous incarnation, with dedicated rooms for artists, collectors, and visitors. It also ...
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