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.
Obscurity is the lot of many excellent artists, and it has been the historic lot of sculptor Isabelo L. Tampinco (1850-1933).
Anyone growing up in the 1990s would have found it impossible to not know what video game companies like Nintendo and Sega were up to. After all, these two companies waged war with each other through their game-changing consoles and their phalanx of games, addicting an entire generation to a new form of hand-to-hand combat.
The Cultural Center of the Philippines with the Gilopez Kabayao Foundation, Inc. presents pianists Rene Dalandan and Marites Fernandez, in “DANZAS: A Duo Piano Concert,” on Aug. 23, 7:30 p.m., at the Tanghalang Aurelio Tolentino, CCP Little Theater.
Is there a doctor of chocolate in the house?
The man behind the long-selling love counseling radio program is unapologetically brutal. But it is this frankness and no-frills approach to giving out advice on love and life that has endeared him to listeners of “True Love Conversations” (TLC) through the years.
History has indisputably shown that the enduring legacy of any great artist survives way past the politics, religious scandals and even criminal offenses of that person’s lifetime. Some of the most revered geniuses in their fields had terrible vices that led to some form of tragedy.
The Manila Symphony Orchestra (MSO) is celebrating its 88th anniversary. Established in 1926 by the Viennese conductor, Alexander Lippay, it is one of the first orchestras founded in Asia.