Cue From Life Itself: Filipino Artists Transform the Everyday

taged in dialogue with a survey of the Italian Arte Povera movement at the Metropolitan Museum of Manila, the Patrick D. Flores-curated exhibition “Cue From Life Itself: Filipino Artists Transform the Everyday” took as its starting point artist and academic Brenda Fajardo’s monograph (1987). In it, Fajardo articulates the “sense of beauty” belonging to the materially deprived, a “sensitivity to the world” expressed through

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