Three Filipino Figurative Expressionists
An accompanying catalog of the exhibition by Ang Kiukok, Solomon Saprid, and Onib Olmedo at the Cultural Center of the Philippines in 1990, it traces the history of figurative Expressionism in the Philippines and focuses on the works of the three artists who have contributed to the development of this style of painting. "They are loosely referred to as figurative expressionists since their main subject is still the human figure and their works are still closely identifiable to the physical world we inhabit...and they fulfill the primary requisite that art must represent a phenomenon of feeling."
Galleria Bernice L & Galeria De Las Islas, Philippines
Softcover / 11 x 8.5 inches / 48 pages / BW, Color