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As an art scholar, historian, and patron, the reputation of Purita Kalaw-Ledesma (1914-2005) is assured, resting upon her contribution as the founder of the Art Association of the Philippines and author of some of the most seminal books on Philippine modernism. But as an archivist?

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As an art scholar, historian, and patron, the reputation of Purita Kalaw-Ledesma (1914-2005) is assured, resting upon her contribution as the founder of the Art Association of the Philippines and author of some of the most seminal books on Philippine modernism. But as an archivist?

Every new edition of this immortal tome renews the book for a new generation of readers,” says Gaspar Vibal, founder of Vibal Foundation and publisher of the fifth edition of the classic Flora de Filipinas.

Of the eight modern arts, the Filipino certainly appears most creatively superior when it involves the visual.

I flew out to Jeju, South Korea two Sundays ago to represent the Philippines in a conference organized by the World Literature Forum on “New World Literature Beyond Eurocentrism.”

Original copies of Jose Rizal’s “Mi Ultimo Adios” and “Noli Me Tangere,” Pope Leo the Great’s “Opera Omnia,” Apolinario Mabini’s "1898 Decalogo," “La Solaridaridad” and Nicolas Copernicus’ “De Revolutionis Obrium Coelestium Libri VI," among others, will soon be available for viewing online.

The Philippine pavilion has moved from the 18th century Palazzo Mora (the venue of our 2015 pavilion) to the Arsenale, one of the main exhibition spaces of the Venice Biennale. Now, that’s a cause for‘salute.’

(Speech delivered at the press conference on “The Spectre of Comparison,” the Philippine participation at the 57th Venice Art Biennale last Feb. 23 at the NCCA Building, Manila)

We had some very distinguished visitors over at UP from James Cook University in Australia last week, and while most of them came from the sciences, I was happy to join the team that greeted and met with them, led by our very capable Vice President for Academic Affairs, the sociologist Cynch Bautista.

The 56th Silliman University National Writers Workshop started last Monday, May 8, at the Rose Lamb Sobrepeña Writers Village in Camp Lookout at Valencia, Negros Oriental, half-an-hour’s drive up the foothills of Mt. Talinis from Dumaguete City.

If you’ve got a day to spend in Roppongi this month, you will likely want to join the hordes of dots-obsessed Yayoi Kusama fans flocking to the National Art Center for her “My Eternal Soul” exhibit, on view until May 22.

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