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Zerothreetwo Conversations: Interviews with the Creative Class


Nov 12, 2018

My favorite way to discover artists is not through the internet, that's where I like to follow artists, but discovery is a different matter. I like to discover artists through the art that I see on the streets. There's something about the immediacy of street art that touches on my sensibility.

That's where I first encountered the work of Wyndelle Remonde. I noticed the symbol of a carabao in various places around Cebu. I didn't know what it was at first, but somewhere along the way, I found his Instagram handle and noticed the symbol there. I enjoyed his work and gave him a follow. When I caught him for the interview he had just done a Vinyl on Vinyl Gallery show in Manila.

So we talked about his experience joining exhibits, how he priced his art, his journey into becoming an artist, what it is like being an artist today.

Enjoy the episode!

 

SHOWNOTES

Asylum38

Soika

Mark Kidlat

Jan Sunday

Khriss Bajade

Joe Rogan

David Choe

Tiger Belly

The Nine Club

Nicolo Nimor

Venom III

Nick Automatic

Qube Gallery

Bart Bros (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

Vinyl on Vinyl

Lean Reboja

Gaby Dela Merced

Kenichi Wani

856 Gallery

Urbandub documentary

Jan Van Eyck

Martino Abellana

Fernando Amorsolo

 

Where can people find Wyndelle?

https://www.facebook.com/wyndelle

https://www.instagram.com/wyndelleremonde/

https://wyndelle.wordpress.com/

 

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Music is Piano March by Audionautix.