Up to now, Manila culture circles cannot stop talking about the León-Asian Cultural Council (ACC) auction last March 3 that posted several record sales and events, foremost of which was
Jose Joya’s abstract “Space Transfiguration” officially became the Philippines’ most expensive painting when it was bidded out for more than P100 million on March 3 during León Gallery’s annual benefit
When one looks at any work of art, whether one chooses to admit it or not, the subconscious will always display a sense of curiosity, asking a myriad of questions
Philippine artworks spanning 110 years—from the 1880s to the 1990s—by 12 very important artists are the focus of “Elsewhere,” León Gallery’s special exhibit during the 2018 edition of Art Fair
National Artist Jose Joya’s famous and important work, the 1959 oil-on-canvas “Space Transfiguration,” will be one of the highlights of León Gallery’s annual Asian Cultural Art Council Auction on March
With his family name and an ace photographer for a grandfather, some people thought, when they learned that André Baldovino was holding his first exhibition, that it was going to be on photography. He is the son of the eldest child of the late Dick Baldovino, a major influence in the development of photography as an art in the Philippines.