‘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.

Cole Sprouse: Behind the Lens

The newest Global Benchsetter talks about photography, existential rage, and magical places.

‘Acquatopia’ Paints with All the Colors of the Wind

Medium and form collide in Spanish artist Cristina Gamón's first solo exhibit in Asia.

Deep Dive: Pacita Abad Revisited in A Million Things to Say

The Museum of Contemporary Art and Design gives us a new perspective—figuratively and literally—of the artist and her larger-than-life persona through her signature trapunto paintings.

‘Ama, Anak’ Tells a Story of Growing Up Through Three Painters

The exhibit features Renato Habulan, his son Guerrero, and son-in-law Pro Gelladuga—each capturing our sense of identity at a different stage in our lives.

State of the Art: Young Artists and New Perspectives

In a constantly shifting art scene, these local artists dare to go against the grain to find their own ways of seeing.

Fondazione Prada Brings Rome’s Post-War Art Revival to Shanghai

Germano Celant curates paintings and sculptures from one of the Eternal City’s most electrifying periods of art.

Salcedo Auctions Puts Important Philippine Art Under the Hammer

On March 10, the country’s premier auction house is putting up over 100 lots, including rare finds from Juan Luna and from the Ifugao region.