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By Lai DEL ROSARIO
Urban space in Metro Manila is a timely topic of discussion these days. With a population of 20 million and rising, the city and surrounding municipalities like Quezon City and ...
Art historian Patrick Flores takes us on a tour of the Philippine Pavilion, Tie A String Around the World, in this year’s Venice Biennale.
By Kerrine Goh
The first phase of Curating-In-Depth provided an immersion in Slovenia for six curators from Myanmar, the Philippines and Singapore.
Contributed by Lai del Rosario In this interview, Gaston Damag talks about his show at Art Basel Hong Kong and his views on keeping artistic identity amidst globalisation and art ...
Contributed by Lai del Rosario Poklong Anading’s work questions and explores issues of identity, society, and happenings. He is a multi-awarded, Manila-based conceptual artist who creates photographs, videos, installations, and ...
By Valentina Riccardi
As part of the media partnership with Tropfest South East Asia, this month ASEF culture360 will publish a series of interviews with some of the filmmakers who participated in the ...
By Magali An Berthon
These 2 interviews are part of a focus on creative industries and creative personalities from a Euro-Asian background.
Valentina Riccardi, our Project Co-ordinator, writes about the Memory! International Film Heritage festival co-supported by Asia-Europe Foundation through film.culture360.asef.org
The Memory! International Film Heritage Festival that took place on 1-9 June in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, was the first festival in the region with a precise focus on film restoration.
David Ocón has interviewed Yves de Peretti, from the Ateliers Varan (France), one of the organisers of ‘Catch-Tell-Transform: 4th Documentary Filmmakers’ Workshop’.
David Ocón has interviewed Ilang Ilang Quijano, one of the participants of ‘Catch-Tell-Transform: 4th Documentary Filmmakers’ Workshop’.
Manila Vice is a group exhibition of 23 artists from the Philippines which is currently showing at the Musée International des Arts Modestes (MIAM) in Sète, France.
The second-part of an exclusive interview of the much-touted enfant terrible of Pinoy indies, Brillanter Mendoza.
This is a story on how to write and recreate history by using archival research; in re-creating a past, when the past seems to be gone.
Malou Jacob is a playwright and the Executive Director of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) in the Philippines, which was started by a group of artists ...