Alter/(n)ations: The Art of Imelda Cajipe Endaya
This monograph includes six essays that offer different readings on the inextricable relationship between the life and art of Imelda Cajipe-Endaya (b. 1949). Known for her prints, paintings, and mixed-media works that comment on social issues, Cajipe-Endaya began her lifework as an artist and cultural activist in the late 60s, as a student in the University of the Philippines. Her early works were inspired by photographs and illustrations of Filipinos in native costumes during the Spanish colonial period. One of the co-founders of the women artists' group Kasibulan, her later works focus on the role of women in history and social change.
Edited by Flaudette May Datuin. Essays by Alice Guillermo, Cherubim Quizon, Indira Endaya, Brenda Fajardo, Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez, and Neferti X.M. Tadiar.
The University of the Philippines Press, Philippines
Softcover / 9 x 6 inches / 108 pages / BW