By Annelle Tayao-Juego
Any theater buff knows of the world-class, triple-threat talent that is Michael Williams, which made him a natural choice for the Cultural Center of the Philippines’ next concert under the “Triple Threats: Leading Men and Women of Philippine Musical Theater” series.
By Constantino C. Tejero
Japanese aesthetic is known for its minimalism and fineness of detail. Its concept of beauty some may find very strange indeed, if not at all distorted. Others may find an artwork facile, yet on closer inspection, one realizes how really hard it is to create.
By Camille Abello-Calimon
Pop art takes imagery from popular culture, mass media and advertising, and isolates them within the context of art history to cull new and original meaning. Artist Andy Warhol was a master of this particular take on art—with a practice that famously includes paintings of Campbell soup cans and Brillo boxes.
By Cid Reyes
A classic test of a brand—whether a product, person or place—is its enduring imperviousness to change. Though the product or the person may have undergone its own organic changes, the interrogative inevitably arises: Is it perception or reality?
By Lani T. Montreal
He likes to capture the “beauty of struggle,” or so says Chicago-based Filipino-American artist Cesar Conde.