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…in the next two months, be sure to check out the Santiago Bose art exhibition at the Yuchengco Museum.

For the exhibition, titled Remix: Santiago Bose, more than thirty artists–writers, painters, poets and videographers–were invited to create artwork inspired by the work of the late artist Santiago Bose.

I was fortunate enough to be invited to take part in the exhibition thanks to my good friend (and Santiago’s daughter) Lille Bose, and I’m honored to be a part of it.

Each writer chose one of Santiago’s sketches and then wrote a short story that was inspired by the piece.

I picked this piece:

Each writer was then asked to take an excerpt from the story and write it out by hand. Here’s my handwritten excerpt:

The exhibition starts February 11th and runs through March 31st, so if you happen to be in the Philippines during that time (I know this is probably a long shot here) be sure to check it out.

Here’s the official press release:

Artist. Joker. Cultural provocateur.

Santiago Bose died in December 2002. After he died, it became apparent that Bose’s artistic influence spanned various fields of multimedia. In “Remix: Santiago Bose,” more than 30 artists that Bose inspired, influenced, challenged and mentored present their interpretation of his artwork and continue his legacy.

The opening of “Remix: Santiago Bose” is on Thursday, February 11th, 2010 at 6:30PM at the Yuchengco Museum, RCBC Plaza.

Featuring the visual works of:

Ged Alangui
Arnel Agawin
Leonard Aguinaldo
Rica Concepcion
Kawayan de Guia
Mark Justiniani
Kwatro Kantos
Perry Mamaril
Jordan Mangosan
Alwin Reamillo
John Frank Sabado
Wig Tysmans

Featuring the literary works of:

Lilledeshan Bose
Day Caluza
Frank Cimatu
Khavn de la Cruz
Adam David
Karla Delgado
Easy Fagela
Luis Francia
Ed Geronia
Jessica Hagedorn
Lawin Ileto
Amir Motlagh
Imo Quibilan
Bino Realuyo
Justin Shady
John Silva
Eileen Tabios
Lorely Trinidad
Krip Yuson

Going international,


…who is also sometimes known as the Pancake King of New England, is part of a touring art exhibition. The show will make a brief stop in Los Angeles next weekend, with a closing event taking place Sunday night.

The show, titled ARTundressed, is an annual erotic art exhibition that tours throughout the country. You can learn more about ARTundressed here.

Here’s a piece of Jay’s work just to give you a taste of what you’re likely to see:

"Braketime in Dreamland"

So if you’re in Los Angeles next weekend, check it out!

Here are the details:

September 10 – 12th, 2009

BOXeight Studios
1446 E. Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA

9/10: 6PM – Midnight
9/11: 6PM – Midnight
9/12: Noon – 8PM

Closing Event:
“The GOOD, the BAD, & the KINKY: An Erotic Themed Event”
9/12: 9PM – 2AM

Erotic Signature, in partnership with LovinLife Productions and Secret Service, announce the continuation of the ARTundressed Second Annual Erotic Art Exhibition Tour, to take place in Los Angeles from September 10th thru 12th, 2009 at BOXeight Studios. The exhibition features the winning artists from the Erotic Signature’s 2009 Erotic Art Competition. The exhibit will feature over 350 beautiful art pieces from 140 international erotic artists. The stage is set for a superb weekend filled with sexuality, sensual art, music, erotic performances, sexy fashion shows, live bands, talents, fashion models, DJs, body painting, live art, short films, poetry, drummers, acrobats, and more.

Also, be sure to visit Jay’s site here.



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