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Knowing Filipino Modern Artists and their works

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Knowing Filipino Modern Artists and their works

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Knowing Filipino Modern Artists and their works

  1. 1. Philippine Art in the Modern Era
  2. 2. Modern art in the Philippines has evolved into a wide variety of expressions and mediums turning the country into situation of creative upheavals. The competition between abstract art and representational art is fast disappearing. To many young artists, art is not so much of a craft to be mastered but is something to be done what no one has done before.
  3. 3. The modern Filipino artist has more freedom to explore on his own. The most interesting works of our contemporary artist shows his love for country and evolving culture.
  4. 4. Art in the Philippines has become international in mode and scope. After endless borrowings, the Filipino develops his own form and discovers his best way of expressing his art. Filipino art is universal in outlook but distinctly Filipino in his painting and will always throb with the Filipino spirit.
  5. 5. Knowing Filipino Modern Artists and Their Works
  6. 6. National Artist, visual arts, 2003. Is a foremost Filipino abstract painter. He said “Its useless to try to make out familiar objects in my paintings”
  7. 7. National artist. Visual arts.1981. Invested in each human figure with inner fortitude, making each one a stoic figure of human dignity.
  8. 8. National Artist in painting.1973. Adjudged the foremost muralist, contributed towards developing a Filipino imagery drawing inspirations from the customs and traditions of the people.
  9. 9. National Artist in sculpture.1976. The most outstanding Filipino sculptor today. He produced towering abstracts in metal, steel and wood.
  10. 10. Highly original approach to figurative painting.
  11. 11. National artist. Visual arts,1991 Aimed to de-emphasize a life like representation with the natural world. He was interested in how shapes,values,textures and lines interact with one another in space rather that capturing a realistic semblance of nature.
  12. 12. A follower of Cubism and Dadaism which serves as his guiding principle.
  13. 13. A subject gives him a basic pattern that allows him to see the effect of different color combinations – How essentially the same scene could bring out the same mood, an ever changing feeling.
  14. 14. 1.Subject 2.Theme 3.Style: objective or non objective 4.Medium 5.Message it conveys to the viewer 6.Movement it belongs

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