Art

Twin Peaks: Jinggoy Buensuceso on His Balance Between Design and Art

The metal-molding Jinggoy Buensuceso realized he would all the more flourish by being both a designer and an artist.

Together Alone: The Dynamics of Artist Couples

Four pairs of partners in love and in art talk boundaries, the collaborative spirit, and mutual inspiration from life to canvas.

Jill Paz Wants To Burn Fragments of Her Past Into Memory (and Balikbayan Boxes)

The Fil-Canadian U.S. citizen has found a way to piece together memories and images in The Past is a Foreign Country

Lost Time and Future Rituals: The Journey of Artist Peewee Roldan

A rare summing up of Norberto “Peewee” Roldan’s life provides a new way of considering the confession box that has become the device in which...

Why You Need to Pay Attention to The Rise of Collage Art

Chabet loved his collages—and so do these six young artists who have embraced the form as their own. Here's why collage art is way more...

‘BioShock’ Proves How Video Games Can be Legitimate Art

10 years after its release, the Ayn Rand-inspired shooter shows us how video games can be as intelligent and philosophical as literature and film.

#ArtPH: lighting Twitter on fire with art

Rogue’s art staff handpicks 12 of the best homegrown illustrators and designers sharing their work through social media.

Works in Progress: Three artists show us the messiness of the creative process

The latest exhibits at Artery Art Space let us peek into the messiness, frustration, and eventual catharsis of the act of creation.