Gina Osterloh opened Annoynmous Front at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts this January 21. In a conversation with Gina Osterloh, YBCA Curator Julio César Morales begins by aligning the artist's practice as having photography at the center. The interview unfolds in Gina's identification of portraiture's dichotomies - repetition and mimicry, and the seer and the blind.
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Carlos Villa recalls growing up in San Francisco, living in the Tenderloin district and his exposure to racism, the influence of Leo Valledor, growing up Filipino in California and the difficulties that accompanied it.
This article is Eileen Legazpi-Ramirez’s exhibition notes on "Vantage," the seminal 3Anggulo group exhibition held in 2007 at Finale Art Gallery.
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To add to his trove of laurels, Rodel Tapaya won the Signature Art Prize last year. In a condensed version of series of correspondences, he discloses to Jun Cristobal what the award means to him and how it is like to settle into an occupation as a painter.
2011 has An Xiao Mina increasingly engaged in China and the Philippines. Through her field of interest on the impact artistic practices make to the bigger social sphere, she recalls the projects and affiliates that raise awareness to issues in society that is often overlooked. This reflection draws threads between the two communities, and identifies that the internet is a big factor in mobilizing opportunities for change.