Forty-five artists arrested after taking part in land cultivating activity to support farmers in Philippines
The artist Cian Dayrit says the group were “detained long before there was any idea on what basis we were being held”
The hunt for looted Cambodian objects—are they hidden in the West's museums?
The Marcos art mystery: with a new Philippines president, we ask what happened to the family's Van Gogh?
Ferdinand Marcos, the former president, and his wife Imelda owned one of Vincent’s peasant scenes. Did it end up in Japan?
Missing Picasso painting resurfaces during Philippines president-elect's celebratory visit with his mother, Imelda Marcos
Picasso’s ‘Reclining Woman VI’ was one of the many works Imelda and Ferdinand Marcos Sr bought with billions siphoned off from the state
Philippines election: artist explores Marcos family’s ill-gotten art and jewels as son Ferdinand Jr leads presidential polls
As the country elects new leader, Pio Abad tells us about the Marcoses’ misinformation and cynical use of mythology, which is the focus of his new show
Arturo Luz, one of Asia’s most influential modernists, has died in Manila, aged 94
A key figure in Filipino neo-realism, Luz also co-founded and directed many of the country's leading art spaces
“The Philippines: Archipelago of Exchange” stages the largest exhibition of indigenous Filipino art ever seen in Europe
The exhibition of pre-colonial art aims to convey an underlying notion of exchange, in all senses of the word
Marcos treasures arrive in New York for upcoming Christie's sale
The Philippines to auction the Collection to set up an agricultural reform programme