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A Philippines Without Internet Porn
Rage Against The Machine
The reboot will be televised
Reimagining Life Cycles with ‘Rogue Wave’
The latest exhibition from artist Nikki Ocean sets out to take viewers on a multisensory trip through lush paintings and a sea of CD fragments
Reestablishing Jorge Vargas as Art Collector and Wartime Mayor
Two new exhibits at the Metropolitan Museum of Manila focus on two distinct aspects of a complex figure who lived in a complex time
‘Changing Partners’ Cuts to the Feeling
We review Vincent de Jesus’s gender-switching romance, which returns with the same issues, but with even more emotion, thanks to great music and inimitable performances
Gavel&Block’s Benefit Auction Trades Rare Art for Education
Salcedo Auctions’ subsidiary brand collaborated with the International School Manila to auction off works by old masters for the future of new students.
Love and Monsters: A Visit To The HR Giger Museum
From the aliens of Alien to Sil of Species, the Swiss surrealist’s unnerving biomechanical creatures lie in wait in a cheery medieval town known for...
Activating Areté, Ateneo’s New Creative Hub, Through the Work of Student Artists
By having Ateneo’s Fine Arts majors take full advantage of its facilities, the school’s newest building roars to new life.
‘Sa Wakas’ Fills a Plain Story with Great Music
With a less than compelling narrative but multilayered songs, the Sugarfree musical—now on its third and final run—is mostly for fans only.
‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ Finds Humor and Horror in Civilized Society
Repertory Philippines brings out the strengths—and some weaknesses—of Joseph Kesserling’s dark comedy about a family of criminals, crazies, and critics.