Writer Juaniyo Arcellana writes about Tutok, the artists' collective which in a series of exhibits plans to take another look at Philippine history "through a prism of mostly 1 x 1 canvases, personal reactions to the works of the masters:  the Manunggal jar (representing pre-colonial art), Juan Luna's Spoliarium (colonial),  Victorio Edades' The Builders (modern) and Ang Kiu Kok's Crucifixion series (post-martial law)."
Tutok Kasaysayang opens on Nov. 17, 2007 at Artspace Glorietta. 
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Location code CLP.07.11.12
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English

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painting

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12 Nov 2007

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The Philippine Star, 12 Nov 2007, pp. G1–G2

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