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Escaping the Humdrum in Lindslee’s Cliché Untitled

JADED BY the monotony of exhibits that yield to imitative styles and concepts, esteemed abstract artist Lindslee probes the nature of contemporary art while presenting artists’ continued struggle to survive in a world where art’s value lies on price tags in his exhibit titled Cliché Untitled. Lindsey James Lee, known in the art …

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Revisiting the Thomasian Life of Jose Rizal

DURING HIS youth, Jose Rizal was, in many ways, just a simple teenager who had big dreams for himself and his country. As we commemorate the 119th year of his martyrdom, take a look at some interesting facts about his formative years while studying in the University of Santo Tomas (UST)—years before …

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PARA/PHRASE: Fil Delacruz’s Journey in Fine Print and Painting

WHAT DOES it take for a Thomasian to earn a National Artist nomination? Filimon “Fil” Delacruz celebrates his past years in the arts scene through a solo exhibit titled “PARA/PHRASE: An Artist’s Journey in Fine Print and Painting.” A visit to the National Commission for Culture and Arts (NCCA) gallery while …

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Supernatural Beings and Their Haunting Legendary Tales

IT IS AGAIN that time of the year when stories of ghostly creatures and haunting experiences are seen on television and heard on radio. But before the fame of vampires, werewolves, and zombies, the early people feared mythical creatures from their legends and folklore. Here are some scary creatures from …

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Expressing circumstances through artistry in ManilArt 2015

ART PATRONS assembled at the SM Aura Convention Center last Oct. 8 to 11 to view this year’s ManilArt. With the theme “Raising the Philippine Colors on the World Stage,” the country’s longest-running art fair showcased and uplifted Filipino pride and talent through visual arts such as ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpture, …

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