‘I belong to the country of making art’

‘I belong to the country of making art’

By Sam L. Marcelo

Over four days in May, citizens of the international art world — artists, curators, collectors, critics, and camp followers — descended upon the sinking city of Venice to preview the 57th International Art Exhibition. Oligarchs moored their super yachts along the Arsenale stop, while plebeians stepped off vaporettos churning through the Grand Canal.

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Benildean celebration

Benildean celebration

Photo exhibit
Path to Glory
by Miguel Sy
On view until March 4, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
DLS-CSB School of Design and Arts (SDA) Campus,
Vito Cruz, Malate, Manila

By Michael Angelo S. Murillo

A twin celebration of what it offers as a “college of creative intelligence” and of its athletes is at the center of an ongoing photo exhibit at the De La Salle-College of St. Benilde (DLS-CSB).

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Cheap style is expensive

Cheap style is expensive

By Joseph L. Garcia, Reporter

If it is true that the outcome of desire is oppression, then the fashion industry has a lot to answer for. It gives us tools by which we shape an idealized identity; making desirable selves by reflecting our desires. As our purchases help bring us closer to our dreams, an exhibit in UP Diliman shows how they can take away the dreams of others.

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