Largely neglected today by art history, Yayoi Kusama was all the rage in the art world in the radical 1960s. She became the first Japanese woman to receive the Praemium Imperiale, one of Japan’s most prestigious prizes for internationally recognized artists. Now 84, she is considered Japan’s foremost modernist.
Raymond Legaspi spent 20 years in advertising before finally focusing on painting.
With a new creative freedom, unencumbered by clients’ many restrictions and requirements, he says: “It is time to create or document important and meaningful experiences.”
An exciting exhibition and series of talks will be held to commemorate the birth centennial of poet, journalist, publisher and astrologer Serafin Lanot and to mark the role of astrology in Philippine culture and history.
It was not just a simple Inquirer Read Along session. It bound Muslim and Christian children together.
Pain is no stranger. We all have experienced it in some form or another, as it has varied expressions— physical, perhaps the most benign, because at some point there will be bodily healing; emotional, the most humbling, because there is always a lesson to be learned, followed by healing; and chronic, the most crippling, because it is persistent and searing, and usually, there is no healing.
“We’re in the wrong job!” That was the collective cry in the room as this writer shared the findings—more like figures—on an assignment about top-earning Filipino lifestyle bloggers.