This monograph was published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Yuta: Earthworks by Julie Lluch, A Retrospective' at the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Pasay City in 2008. It presents the life and work of Julie Lluch, a distinguished exponent of clay and terracotta. Her body of work, consisting mainly of portrait sculptures, addresses issues such as femininity, religious conviction, social mores and relationships while remaining highly personal. A selection of previously published articles and reviews on the artist are included, as well as an interview. A list of works is provided.
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Julie Lluch Creates Life in a World of Clay: Curator's Notes - Maria Victoria T. HERRERA
In Her Words
Notes on a Potter's Life - Julie LLUCH
The Making of a Feminist - Julie LLUCH
Her Story in Clay: An Interview - Thelma B. KINTANAR
Anthology of Essays
The Tactile Art of Julie Lluch - Auggusta DE ALMEIDDA
The Poet as Unicorn - A.Z. Jolicco CUADRA
Ceramics Goes Feminist and Witty - Alice G. GUILLERMO
Julie Past the Angry Stage - Chula M. RODRIGUEZ
Woman's Offbeat Passion - Amadis Ma. GUERRERO
The Gospel in Terracotta According to Miss Julie - Ruben D.F. DEFEO
Julie Lluch's Terracotta Women Without Men - Emmanuel TORRES
Shrouded Women - Ana P. LABRADOR
Yuta: Earthworks by Julie Lluch, A Retrospective
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Yuta: Earthworks by Julie Lluch, A Retrospective