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Contemporary Filipino Painters

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Filipino Painters

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Contemporary Filipino Painters

  1. 1. CONTEMPORARY FILIPINO ARTIST
  2. 2. RONALD VENTURA • Ronaldo Ventura -auction sensation. -his paintings and sculpture feature a - complex layering of image and styles, symbolic of the multifaceted national identity of the Philippines.
  3. 3. HIS ARTWORK
  4. 4. CONTEMPORARY FILIPINO ARTIST: • Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan -their work speaks of community, personal experience, memory, displacement, and emotional, psychological affects of
  5. 5. THEIR ARTWORK Alfredo and Isabel AquilizanAlfredo and Isabel Aquilizan
  6. 6. CONTEMPORARY FILIPINO ARTIST: –-another project in 2012 at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation was a floor-to-ceiling installation of miniature car board houses made by the artist and local communities.
  7. 7. MARK SALVASTUS • a Filipino contemporary artist living and working between Manila, Philippines, and Osaka, Japan. • His work deals with familiar objects, chance encounters, and everyday politics, using media such as drawings, installations, photography, video, and street art in interactive and participatory projects.
  8. 8. MARK SALVASTUS • His works are heavily influenced by the urban landscape, internet, advertising, and popular culture.
  9. 9. HIS ARTWORK Alfredo and Isabel AquilizanAlfredo and Isabel Aquilizan
  10. 10. GARY- ROSS PATRANA interested in the consequences of transforming the physicality of an object and how the connotations attached to the originals are affected by the transformation. -explore how an object can still retain its “wholeness or thing-ness”.
  11. 11. CONSTANTINO ZICARRELI • -his work often reflect the history of drone metal, black metal, and everything rock n’ roll. • -he chooses to paint the deviant and morose. With his art, • Costantino Zicarelli hopes to change how viewers look with disfavor and antipathy paintings that are not eye candies.
  12. 12. HIS ARTWORK DESTROYED ROOM Pedro Ubaldo Ain't Holy Anymore Alfredo and Isabel AquilizanAlfredo and Isabel Aquilizan
  13. 13. RODEL TAPAYA -weaves contemporary reality with folk narratives in a vibrant tableaux that draw inspiration from his research into folktales and pre-colonial history.
  14. 14. MOUNTAIN FANTASY CANE OF KABUNIAN
  15. 15. PACITA ABAD • Philippine-American contemporary painter, was born in Basco, Batanes, • During her career Pacita created over 4,500 artworks, and her paintings were exhibited in more than 200 museums and galleries around the world.
  16. 16. PACITA ABAD • Pacita Abad's painting is characterized by color, constant change and experimentation • Pacita's most extensive body of work is her vibrantly, colorful, mixed media painted textile collages, abstract assemblages, and trapunto paintings.
  17. 17. HER WORKS • CERAMICS • GLASS
  18. 18. HER WORKS • ANITO • BUTTERFLY WITH LOTUS
  19. 19. Elmer Borlongan • is a prominent contemporary Filipino painter best known for his distinctive use of figurative expressionism. • He is one of the CCP Thirteen Artists Awardees
  20. 20. Elmer Borlongan • He has held numerous exhibitions in the Philippines and abroad. • He was an Artist-in- Residence in ARCUS Ibaraki, Japan in 1996
  21. 21. • POP COLA KID • HATING KAPATID
  22. 22. MANUEL OCAMPO • Manuel Ocampo composes his paintings using motifs from popular western iconography, religious symbols art history, and literature. • He believes loaded images to be his tools as an artist—an idea that became manifest in his 2011 exhibition “The Painter’s Equipment.”
  23. 23. HIS WORKS • KILLING HISTORY Alan VALENCIAAlan VALENCIA
  24. 24. BRENDA FAJARDO • began her career in the visual arts as a printmaker and graphic artist before moving on to painting. • Most of her works carry strong historical and nationalist themes as well as depict folk and mythological tales. She has held several solo exhibitions, locally and internationally. • She has also joined group shows in the country and in international exhibitions.
  25. 25. HER WORKS
  26. 26. Lordy Lodriguez • s a contemporary artist who uses cartography and maps to reconfigure factual locations and create fictional assemblage pieces. • Rodriquez has had solo exhibitions at the Austin Museum of Art (Austin, TX), the Hosfelt Gallery (San Francisco, CA), and Clementine Gallery (New York).
  27. 27. His works
  28. 28. His works
  29. 29. ANA FER • has done numerous illustrations, posters, paintings, and installations with sociopolitical and feminist themes. • She held her first one-person exhibition of drawings, Emanation at the Hyatt Regency. In 1991 she exhibited her ecological Earth Triptych murals in CCP. She also participated in the Metropolitan Museum's Centennial exhibit in 1998.
  30. 30. Her works
  31. 31. FILIPINO PAINTERS
  32. 32. FERNANDO AMORSOLO • was born May 30, 1892, in the Paco district of Manila. • At 13 he was apprenticed to the noted Philippine artist Fabian de la Rosa, • First National Artist in Painting (1972) • so-called "Grand Old Man of Philippine Art“ •
  33. 33. FERNANDO AMORSOLO • known for his illuminated landscapes, which often portrayed traditional Filipino customs, culture, fiestas and occupations. • Amorsolo averaged to finishing 10 paintings a month
  34. 34. His Works  Planting Rice  Afternoon Meal of the Workers (Noonday Meal of the Rice Workers)  Fruit Pickers Harvesting Under The Mango Tree  Making of the Philippine Flag  Fruit Gatherer  Sunday Morning Going To Town  The Bombing of the Intendencia  Dalagang Bukid
  35. 35. HIS ARTWORK
  36. 36. HIS ARTWORK
  37. 37. CARLOS “BOTONG” FRANCISCO • one of the greatest Filipino visual artists and muralists. • recognized as a Philippine National Artist in 1973. • He was affectionately called "Botong“ • one of the of the modernist artists together with Galo Ocampo and Victorio Edades known as " The Triumvirate”"
  38. 38. CARLOS “BOTONG” FRANCISCO • Magpupukot • Blood Compact • Bayanihan • Portrait of Purita • The Martyrdom of Rizal
  39. 39. HIS ARTWORK MAGPUPUKOT BLOOD COMPACT
  40. 40. VICENTE MANANSALA • Filipino cubist painter and illustrator. Manansala was born in Macabebe, Pampanga • In 1981, he was posthumously recognized as one of the National Artists of the Philippines in Visual Arts • His signature style is based on Cubism, but rather than breaking down figures, shows them through transparent angular forms.
  41. 41. HIS ARTWORK MOTHER AND THE CHILD BALUT VENDOR
  42. 42. HIS ARTWORK COMMUNITY PLANTING OF THE FIRST CROSS
  43. 43. VICTORIO EDADES • is a Filipino painter who was the leader of the revolutionary Thirteen Moderns • "Father of Modern Art in the Philippines" and named National Artist in 1976, • One of the triumvirate with Galo B. Ocampo and Botong Francisco
  44. 44. VICTORIO EDADES • It was during this time that he introduced a liberal arts program that offered subjects as art history and foreign languages that will lead to a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts. • This development brought about a first in Philippine education since art schools then were mostly vocational schools.
  45. 45. HIS ARTWORK THE SKETCH BUILDERS
  46. 46. Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo • a Filipino artist. He is acknowledged as one of the great Filipino painters of the late 19th century • one of the greatest Filipino painters along with fellow painter Juan Luna in the 19th century
  47. 47. Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo • Laguna Estigia • Young Filipina • La Barca de Aqueronte • A lady in the Moonlight, • La Marina, • Self Portrait
  48. 48. HIS ARTWORK YOUNG FILIPINA AFTER THE TYPHOON
  49. 49. FABIAN DELA ROSA • Filipino painter. • He was an uncle and mentor to the Philippines' national artist in painting, Fernando Amorsolo, and to his brother Pablo. • He is regarded as a "master of genre" in Philippine art • recognized and was given the Patnubay ng Sining at Kalinangan (Guide of the Arts and Culture) by the City of Manila in
  50. 50. HIS ARTWORK MARIKINA VALLEY PLANTING RICE
  51. 51. JUAN LUNA • a Filipino painter, sculptor and a political activist of the Philippine Revolution during the late 19th century. He became one of the first recognized Philippine artists.
  52. 52. HIS ARTWORK SPOLIARIUM PLANTING RICE
  53. 53. ANG KIUKOK • a leading Filipinopainter and a National Artist for Visual Arts. • He first attained prominence in the Philippine arts scene in the 1960s with a distinct style that fused influences fromcubism, surrealism and expr essionism. Some classified his style as "figurative expressionism", others merely called it ugly
  54. 54. HIS ARTWORK Crucifixion MOTHER AND CHILD
  55. 55. Anita Magsaysay-Ho • was a Filipino painter. She was the only female member of the Thirteen Moderns, a standing group of Filipino modernist artists and in 1958 was chosen by a panel of experts at the six major painters of the country. • The most famous work of Magsaysay-Ho are subject to the beauty of Filipino women dealing

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