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The Last Frame

A Filipino photographer and gallerist contemplates the life and death of her legendary mentors

Everything You Need To Know About Peque Gallaga

At 39, he made a masterpiece and spent the next three decades paying for it.

Nick Joaquin Was Among the Madmen of Martial Law’s Most Dangerous Café

Elvira Araneta recalls the glory days of an unrivaled asylum from respectable society

Tom Hines’s Newest Grill Room Elevates Butchery into an Art Form

From the group that started Lulu + Hooch comes a steak house that puts primal cuts of meat at its epicenter.

Camera Club of the Philippines celebrates 87th year with commemorative book

To mark its 87th year, Asia's oldest photographic society presents Our Philippines: Intimate Images

Rogue Puts Photography in Spotlight For Annual Art Issue

Seven of the country's most relevant art photographers were tasked by Rogue to capture noise for this issue's art portfolio.

The Confiscated Jewels of Imelda Marcos

One photographer recalls her role in the documentation of the former First Lady's Roumeliotes collection seized by Philippine Customs

The True Cost of a Political Campaign

To build a case for oneself in this country’s forthcoming national elections, a candidate requires charisma, connections, and billions of pesos in campaign funding