By Raoul J. Chee Kee
The recently concluded Art Fair Philippines brought together all kinds of people who shared an interest in contemporary art. Hipsters in their plaid shirts and porkpie hats mingled with young couples eager to buy their first piece of art, while college students wearing backpacks rubbed elbows with serious art collectors.
By Alyosha J. Robillos
With the just-concluded Art Fair Philippines (AFP) 2013, its creators (the same people behind the annual Art in the Park) moved to another kind of alternative art space; a “light-up” car park in the middle of Makati.
By Tracey Paska
As Filipino contemporary artists earn international acclaim, dedicated arts patrons Lisa Ongpin Periquet and Trickie C. Lopa felt it was high time to shine the spotlight on these talents here at home.