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ISABEL SANTOS AND THE ARTISTS TO WATCH highlight Rogue's Art and Travel issue as we shine a spotlight on the young artists who are showing us bold, new ways of looking at the world and perhaps the future of local art. ISABEL SICAT AND AIALA RICKARD takes the stage for our second cover. Fresh off of launching their first clothing collection, Toqa, at the inaugural Manila Biennale. Sam Potenciano catches up with the two designers as they grace the dance floor, reveling in the club culture that inspired their vision of Manila as a city at once chaotic and beautiful. MIRACLE WORKERS: On the 15th anniversary of Himala’s transformation from film to musical theater, Emil Hofileña revisits the town of Cupang to explore the how the newest retelling of the classic story became its best version yet. REMEMBER ME: BJ Pascual recaptures the vast collection of art that once belonged to his late granduncle, the legendary event stylist Dr. Eleuterio “Teyet” Pascual. BALANCE OF POWER: In an age where the urgency of global politics has seeped into all sectors, Carina Santos speaks with artist Pio Abad about the challenges and responsibilities of creating political art, especially in this climate that requires a constant reexamination of one’s own practice. A CHANGE OF SCENERY: After building an esteemed career in the Philippines, artist Charles Buenconsejo recounts the difficult decision he and his wife made to seek greener pastures in New Zealand, documenting the experience of starting anew in a foreign land through intimate photography. ON THE COVER: Unstimulated for 32 Weeks, Isabel Santos, Acrylic on Canvas, 2018. Photographed by Luis Santos

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