By Lulu Tan-Gan
Grès was a French haute couture fashion house. Sometimes nicknamed the “Sphinx of Fashion,” Madame Grès (1903-1993) felt she was very much a sculptor and a fashion designer: “I wanted to become a sculptor. For me, working with stones or fabrics is the same thing.”
By Lito B. Zulueta
Obscurity is the lot of many excellent artists, and it has been the historic lot of sculptor Isabelo L. Tampinco (1850-1933).
Sculptor Daniel de la Cruz’s one-man exhibit, “Silent Eloquence,” opens at Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo City on Sunday at 4 p.m. It is his 13th one-man show.
Ai Weiwei appears to be standing in front of a London theater, which would be some trick, even for the provocative and unpredictable Chinese artist.
By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
And so there he was, the sculptor Ben-Hur G. Villanueva, articulate, humorous, a real raconteur, holding forth before visiting national media on the grounds of The Manor, Camp John Hay, leading tourist destination in Baguio City.