Some hate him, some love him. But Pollack was a revolutionary artist. Here’s why.
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A closer look at how art helped start and sustain the Occupy movement.
With unique design qualities, versatility of tools and hybrid qualities, can slideshows now be viewed as art?
A heated controversy over a postmodern art installation entitled “Politeismo” (polytheism) recently rocked not just the Philippine art community.
Experience, either our own or other people’s, indeed is the best teacher. Here’s a short list of some inspirational memoirs.
Here are some of the best Horror Classics to start your reading habit.
Folk rock musicians haven’t gained the same popularity in recent years as the Gagas and the Biebers — but why?
Comedian Groucho Marx once said, “I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.”
For beginners in the intellectual-creative world of visual arts, here’s a list of some well-written, insightful, bookmark-worthy art blogs for your regular fix.
Growing up Catholic has allowed me to go beyond popular opinions and blind expressions, and has directed me to the Infinite Good we all desire.