Art

‘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.

Frank Callaghan: What Happens Before the Camera Clicks

In his latest show opening at Silverlens Gallery tonight, the fine art photographer follows the rhythm of light

The Zines Shall Inherit the Earth

The Zines of Production, a new collection of zines from ten Filipino artists, refuses to follow any rules when bridging the gaps between art and...

Wish You Were Here: Artist Carina Santos takes us to places both foreign and familiar

In Satellites for Minor Planets, the artist continues her fixation on landscapes and geography as alternative portraits

Dina Gadia Finds Her Balance and a New Maturity

In her latest and first all-paintings Silverlens show, Situation Amongst The Furnishings, the artist returns to top-of-mind territory

Stripping the Art Scene Naked

The Art of Doing’s pilot project, Hubad na Katotohanan, wants to bring local art back down to its roots through nude sketching and uncensored talks.