A profile of the revered Filipino artist Romulo Olazo on the eve of his latest new exhibition "Azool" at the Ayala Museum's ArtistSpace (August 12-25, 2008).  Azool is an anagram of Olazo.  His "Diaphonous" series remains the most popular and several large-scale "Diaphonous" works are included in Azool.  In 1979, Leo Benesa described them as having "a dragonfly-wing type of transparency."  They were "Philippine abstract art of the international geometric variety." 
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Onsite

artist

Romulo OLAZO

author

Lito ZULUETA

Location code CLP.08.08.04
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English

Keyword

paintingabstraction

Publication/Creation date

4 Aug 2008

Source of publication

The Philippine Daily Inquirer, 4 Aug 2008, p. D2

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1

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