The Sunday Times Magazine

‘Pago Pago’ at Paris’ Centre Pompidou

By
0

In its continuous effort to promote Southeast Asian art globally, the National Gallery Singapore is bringing Malaysian artist, and one of the region’s leading modernists, Latiff Mohidin’s series to Paris. A part of the gallery’s first traveling exhibition, Parisians will be treated to Mohidin’s seminal “Pago Pago” which will be…

By
0

Jay Yao, an artist who continually experiments with photography, stages his new body of works at Galleria Duemila. As an artist, he draws on a myriad of references from technology and how information systems easily get passed around resulting in a more abstracted understanding of knowledge. Yao utilizes the imagery…

'A COMEDY OF TENORS'

By
0

Repertory Philippines, or REP, opens the curtains to the 2018 season with the craziest cast of characters in “A Comedy of Tenors.” Running from January 26 to February 18, the hilarious operatic farce takes audiences to a hotel suite in Paris where comical individuals get into rollicking misadventures. The sequel…

By
0

The Cultural Center of the Philippines is now accepting nominations for the prestigious triennial visual art award program, the CCP Thirteen Artists Awards (TAA). Art organizations, heads of art schools/programs, museum and gallery curators and directors, art critics, and past Thirteen Artists Awardees may submit a maximum of three nominations…

By
0

BE yourself. Know yourself. Write what you feel absolutely compelled to write. Don’t examine too closely what comes to you naturally. If you were to distill acclaimed Indian novelist-poet-translator Vikram Seth’s thoughts on being a writer in 50-odd words, these sentences would pretty much sum them up. In the Indian…

By
0

Co-working and events space Warehouse Eight and the Kwago bookstore are holding an open fundraising event at the La Fuerza Plaza artists’ compound in Makati City on January 27 and 28 for the building of an independent book bar. In a press release, Warehouse Eight and Kwago said the event…

By
0

Blackberry-eyed, their abrupt heads curving To the question mark of the neck (eternally Asking why, when they are the real children Of God, should they be earthbound), their breasts Felt-covered hulls, keeping the astounding wings Folded against the sides, each fluted feather Bristling with hairs delicate as crystal, they glide…

By
0

Never can mean once you’ve forgotten, or once you’re a little older. Never can mean: in all of eternity, it will not ever happen. Never leaving makes a pretty promise no one intends to keep. Never can mean the way the shore just misses your toes. Never can mean the…

By
0

The Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT), the Mindanao Creative Writers Group and the Culture and Arts Studies Center are now accepting manuscripts for the 25th Iligan National Writers Workshop (INWW), to be held at the MSU-ITT in Iligan City, Lanao del Norte province, from May 28 to June…

1 4 5 6 7 8 273