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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This article is Eileen Legazpi-Ramirez’s exhibition notes on "Vantage," the seminal 3Anggulo group exhibition held in 2007 at Finale Art Gallery.
Written in 2003, this article is one of Pat Hoffie's texts from her Santiago Bose archive. A seminal essay, this introduces Santiago Bose's inherited background and moves on to his resurrection of the past as his unique way of reviving Philippine culture, his initiatives and overall cultural resistance.
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Clarissa Chikiamco challenges Tatong Recheta Torres' "shift" from painting and extricates the seemingly complex system of the software interface in which Tatong has currently chosen to superimpose his practice in. We find out that there is no discrepancy among Tatong's movement between media, and that the 3D environment of Second Life is a dream landscape for an artist who always explores formal limitation and disciplines.
Eliza Barrios curated The Projection Series, a program at the Luggage Store in San Francisco that featured window installations and large scale sculptures which involved artists from the locale, the Philippines and beyond. This text expounds on Eliza's community-engaged address practice and shines light on the overall initiative stimulated on to the Mid-Market location in San Francisco.
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