Ang Gerilya creates a series of playful renditions of Baguio’s tourism hospitality. “Dayo” (visitor) is about cityfolk paradise excursion, tourist immersion, skin-deep experience, and friendly acquaintances with the tendency to misinterpret and exploit the deep-rooted highland culture of the community. “Igorot Selfie” series is inspired by the superficiality of Igorot-styled photo shoots. “Skull Pikes” […]
By Raoul J. Chee Kee
Young artist Jewelle Yeung has been painting for five years but only recently had the chance to mount a local exhibit of her pieces.
By Vergel O. Santos
I’ve justs been accused of being an artist, and I’m sore.
As a child growing up in his home province of Ilocos Sur, Gov. Deogracias Victor Savellano early on became aware of the beauty of Ilocano tradition and craftsmanship.
Near-forgotten inner stories, buried in the artists’ sub-conscious, tinged with adult pathos and awakenings of nostalgia, a melancholia for a more innocent romantic time and an adventure across borders of quantum time and space—all these are explored in the exhibit, “The Untold.”