Who started contemporary art in the Philippines?
The iconoclastic role, instead, was assumed by a more dynamic group of six artists whose names are closely associated with the early years of the Philippine Art Gallery (PAG) in Ermita, Manila: Romeo Tabuena, Hernando Ocampo, Vicente Manansala, Victor Oteyza, Ramon Estella and Cesar Legaspi.
Who is the father of drawing art?
Raja Ravi Varma, also known as ‘The Father of Modern Indian Art’ was an Indian painter of the 18th century who attained fame and recognition for portraying scenes from the epics of the Mahabharata and Ramayana.
When was the Philippine contemporary art began?
However, the exact starting point of contemporary arts in the Philippines and in the world is still debated and unclear but many art historians consider the late 1960s or early 1970s to be a suitable estimate.
When did contemporary art began in the Philippines?
Philippines welcome the birth of Contemporary art when the world opened up the idea of postmodernism in the late 1900’s. Many Filipino artists and architects became adherents of the modernist style.