Watch excerpts of David Medalla’s four performances in Italy, in 2015. These performances were collateral activities of the Philippine Pavilion exhibition Tie A String Around
by Patrick D. Flores The artistic practice of Carlos Francisco, Manuel Conde, and Francisco Coching that flourished after the ruinous Pacific War tells us so
Pepe Monson, one of the protagonists in Filipino National Artist for Literature Nick Joaquin’s novel, “The Woman Who Had Two Navels” (1961), describes in the brief passage above the old house of his father Doctor Monson in Manila that was destroyed after the liberation of the city during World War II in 1946.
There is a romanticism, much of it state-sponsored, surrounding bayanihan and what it represents in the Philippines today.