Shows

Joey Cobcobo Traces the Difference in His Artmaking Process

This idea evaded Joey Cobcobo as he creates One…

Zean Cabangis Regards Process and Meaning of Layers

Zean Cabangis shows his process in 'Constantly Beginning from the End' with each work showcased.

Sornchai Phongsa Challenges Belief Systems in Contemporary Society

Sornchai Phongsa addresses how long-held beliefs and traditions are observed in contemporary society in…

A Generation of Artists Share Sociopolitical Views for 'Courage and Poem'

In the exhibition 'Courage and Poem', artists Socheol Kim, Yi Yunyi,…

Jose Tence Ruiz in a Political Conversation on Canvas

Jose Tence Ruiz is just as frustrated as a lot of us are, in the way the country has progressed and it's especially…

Jason Moss' Good Harvest: What Makes Them Human

Jason Moss takes this imagery to human-like figures expressing and doing…

The Freedom in Solitary Confinements by Marc Aran Reyes

This piece of history puts Marc Aran Reyes to understanding how freedom and confinement work then versus now…

Manix Abrera Sees a World of Pure Imagination

In Manix Abrera's Bulwagan ng Hiwaga, we find mystery and fantasies in life beyond we could imagine.

Tsong Pu Goes Beyond Mainstream and Minimalism

In 'Illusions of the Universe', Tsong Pu allows a larger interpretation of his works and its relatability to…

Understanding Kafka's Complex Characters through Art in Unfolding Kafka Festival…

This year, with the theme "Kafka Zoo," artists from all across the world participate in exploring Kafka's animal…

Intimacy in Safe Spaces According to Gahee Park

South Korean born New York-based artist Gahee Park takes it to the canvas to deliver a message in the exhibition We…

How Heewon Oh Captures Climates on Canvas

To Heewon Oh, watching the weather change carefully allows her to study how time progresses and we see it on…

Elaine Roberto Navas Shares a Personal View on Still Life

Through a series of creations, Elaine Roberto Navas takes a closer look…

Illusory Works of Ni Youyu in Space and Time

There are many questions that riddles the works of Chinese artist Ni Youyu in the exhibition The Last Sunset.