Published on the occasion of the travelling exhibition 'At Home & Abroad: 20 Contemporary Filipino Artists', this catalogue brings together the work of some leading contemporary Filipino artists who reside in the Philippines, Europe, America, Asia and Australia, and whose art work explore the complex issues of heritage, identity, religion, and geography that define the contemporary Filipino experience.

Accompanying essays written by curators and art critics provide background material for the understanding of the development of contemporary art in the Philippines. Biographies of the participating artists and descriptions of their oeuvres are included. With bibliography.

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Onsite

Location code EX.USA.HAT
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English

Publication/Creation date

1998

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Nil

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1

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catalogue

Chapter headings
Introduction

- Corazon S. ALVINA

Adrift in the Pacific: Filipinos in the Contemporary Art Scene

- Dana FRIIS-HANSEN

Filipino Art at the Centennial of the Revolution and into the 21st Century

- Alice G. GUILLERMO

Longing/Belonging: Filipino Artists Abroad

- Koan Jeff BAYSA

Contemporary Filipino Artists

- Patrick D. FLORES

At Home & Abroad: 20 Contemporary Filipino Artists
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