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The museum has been closed for almost a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The National Museum of Fine Arts reopens to the public tomorrow, March 2, after being closed for the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The National Museum of Anthropology and the National Museum of Natural History, also central museums of the National ...
 
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All pieces are P50,000 and below.
Manila’s most popular affordable art fair is celebrating its 15th anniversary.Art in the Park’s virtual edition features 60 exhibitors with more than 6,000 works of art created by hundreds of Filipino artists.New art pieces are being uploaded on the site every day ...
 
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The mural-style Elmer Borlongan artwork holds a wealth of meanings for creatives and creation.
There are two notable things about the large-scale Elmer Borlongan artwork that is set to go under the hammer of Salcedo Auctions’ upcoming Important Philippine Art & Furniture event. First, it’s humongous. Like really, really, really big.In a phone conversation with Esquire Philippines, director ...
 
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Kids think of the darndest things, including a Super Nurse that can capture COVID with a cat.
The unspoiled wonder of not-adults (read: children) makes for the most honest commentary about what’s happening right now. Exploring this idea, Best Kid Stuff, a site dedicated to finding worthwhile goods for the family, asked 10 kids from different countries, including the ...
 
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Hey, everyone remembers that bizarre Max's video.
“God is a name we give the energy of love we seek to define.”A single sentence stands out at Artinformal gallery in Makati, lit up in LED neon lights, part of an exhibit called The future of our world as it is ...
 
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Over 100 years later, the image is still popular as ever.
There are a few things we can expect to see in a vast majority of Filipino households: an altar with an image or figure of Jesus or Mary, framed photographs of the family members, laminated diplomas and medals on the wall. And ...
 
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The once-in-a-lifetime collaboration is not to be missed.
Benedicto “BenCab” Cabrera and Ronald Ventura are two of the most prominent names in art in the Philippines. One can only imagine what would happen when the two get together and work on a project. Well we need not imagine anymore. The two ...
 
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Katrin De Guia is an artist, an academic, a mother, and wife, not necessarily in that order.
When people talk about the spouses of renowned businessmen, artists or celebrities, they’re often described as “the woman behind the personality.” But Katrin De Guia would rather be known as standing beside her husband. While the focus has mostly been on Kidlat ...
 
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If you’re willing to go through multiple health checks, Baguio is ready to welcome you back.
Kidlat Tahimik first heard about Enrique de Malacca in the late 1970s. The artist and filmmaker became so fascinated with the story of the Malay slave who became a member of Ferdinand Magellan’s expedition party—and who some historians believe is the first ...
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