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Paco Gorospe: the Picasso of the Philippines

Classics will always be classics. Today, even a decade after his death, the work of Paco Gorospe, also known as the Picasso of the Philippines, still resonates a form of ‘artistreet’. To celebrate his remarkable contribution to the Philippine art scene, 10 of his masterpieces will be revisited through a traveling exhibit, care of Transwing Kunst Gallery in Germany, between September and December.

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