Inside the Art of Agnes Arellano, Sculptor of the Sacred Feminine
Carving divine rhyme into patriarchal reason
Article on MUSE by Clio
by Angela Natividad
Feb 21, 2019
Philippine artist Agnes Arellano has a body of work that goes back to the early 1980s. It's not only deeply mythological but profoundly, even subversively feminine, sometimes in ways that are dark and terrifying—this in a country dominated by monotheistic religion and a political strongman, who's as much a feminist as he is subtle....
Fruit of Her Womb: Agnes Arellano as Sculptor and Woman Artist
Article on Adobo Magazine
by Rome Jorge
May 30, 2018
One does not just see an Agnes Arellano sculpture. One is consumed by it, coursed through it intravenously, and birthed by it. Her art is both a visceral and spiritual experience...
In Conversation With Agnes Arellano
Interview for Philippine Tatler by Dorynna Untivero
July 28, 2017
Ever wonder what a typical day in the life of a sculptor is like? We talk to Agnes Arellano about several topics including Tai Chi, Peace Cranes, Myths, and her time as a Fine Arts student...