#Revisit | A Million Things to Say by Pacita Abad

In today's #Revisit, we are looking back on Pacita Abad’s solo exhibition, A Million Things to Say. This show was mounted at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MCAD) from 12 April until 1 July 2018, and was curated by Abad’s nephew, Pio Abad and MCAD’s director, Joselina Cruz.

#Revisit | Norberto Roldan's 'F-16'

In today's #Revisit, we are looking back on Norberto Roldan’s diptych, F-16 (2012), which was exhibited in the group show, No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City.

10 Minutes with Pio Abad

In this edition of the short 10 Minute Interviews, Pio addresses current socio-political issues, whilst also talking about how his roots and where he comes from is directly linked to his artistic practice

Artist Martha Atienza and the Fight for Environmental Justice in the Philippines

The Dutch-Filipino artist traces evidence of the current global climate crisis through the changing life of islanders in the Visayan Sea

Mit Jai Inn, Pinaree Sanpitak, and Savinee Buranasilapin at “Art on Farm”

Brian Mertens reviews the annual "Art on Farm” at Jim Thompson Farm, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, featuring site-specific installations in and around the site's heritage farmhouses and temple buildings by artists such as Mit Jai Inn, Pinaree Sanpitak, and Savinee Buranasilapin.

This acclaimed artist believes in tackling the small tasks first

Artist Nicole Coson, who is part of the prestigious Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2020 selection, talks about her master’s degree show at the Royal College of Art. Photo from NICOLE COSON

Images By Amorsolo, Luna Translated to Tapestries by Perez Eustaquio

This exhibit by Patricia Perez Eustaquio is one you want to see up close and personal.

Seeing through Textiles with Patricia Perez Eustaquio

Continuing until September 12 at Silverlens Galleries is Patricia Perez Eustaquio’s Hoarding Fossils in Blankets.

Rites and Rituals

The Catholic church has long understood the power of beauty. The use of ritual, music, art, and design are central parts of their worship. Norberto Roldan also recognizes beauty’s power. The Filipino artist transfers religious vestments and liturgical objects to gallery settings, using them to spark discussion on their meaning and place in the context of a post-colonial society ruled by the church for hundreds of years. These spiritual objects are repurposed in the pursuit of empirical truths.

Tapestries, Canvases, Physical, Digital: SILVERLENS Opens Hybrid Exhibitions for August

Manila’s SILVERLENS is currently presenting two solo exhibitions by contemporary artists Patricia Perez Eustaquio and Dashiell Manley. The shows will run until 5 September 2020.