“Beautiful! Beautiful!” Imelda Marcos exclaimed, upon the unveiling of the silkscreen portrait of her, done by acclaimed artist-photographer Rupert Jacinto. Held at a champagne reception at the seventh-floor Lounge of the Salcedo Park in Salcedo Village, the new work introduces the silkscreen segment in the “Faaabvlous V” coffee-table book and photo exhibit at the Peninsula Manila in November.
By Tats Rejante Manahan
I think that I shall never see, a poem lovely as a tree…” Joyce Kilmer’s verse could easily be attributed to Alex van Hagen, whose romanced vision with trees would take him outdoors for hours, in any season, seeing them from a perspective only a nature lover could fathom, through the limited vision of his camera’s eye.
By Nestor Corrales
“Selfie” has been chosen “Word of the Year” by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA).
Backstage PassBy Isabel Roces
For an artist, a good indicator of success is the omnipresence of his work. One such example is advertising photographer Wesley Villarica.
By Marge C. Enriquez
In 2006, French photographer Romain Rivierre was working on the portrait of film director Terry Gilliam for Premiere. The movie magazine was supposed to review “Tideland,” a fantasy-thriller starring Jeff Bridges.