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"Art of the moment"
In a state of flux, ever changing, ever flowing Art produced during the late 1960s/Early 1970s up until the present day
Art which is continuously in process and produced during our lifetime
Describes the works of artists who are still living
Took the elements of Modern Art in a broader direction by focusing on social, economic and other matters
Used diverse materials and mediums
Moves with the perception of present time
Allows for an artwork's meaning to have a direct relationship to a specific location.
Changing the location of the work would mean a change in the interpretation of its value and meaning.
Emphasizes on how artists starts not with a final product in mind, but instead begin with the developments of a concept.
The end product is created with the involvement of two or more artists.
Usually present in multiple perspectives, one main idea, factored with spontaneous results, and thus process more complex avenues for analysis.
Recognizes how the audience has the potential to change or add the meaning of an artwork.
Designed in a way that the audience is encouraged to interact with the piece or certain elements of it.
You are free to integrate any medium, art form or style in order to express their realistic intention, without being limited to a stylistic trend in order to be called "contemporary
Art that is not restricted to a two-dimensional plane/surface.
Often site-specific and designed to transform the perception of a space.
The real space is considered the main context with which to analyze the work.
Art/technique that uses different materials in the creation of an artwork.
Can be achieved by using mixed media. Fixed objects can be used in conjunction with traditional artist media to attain a wide range of self-expression.
An art where the artist executes an artwork in front of a live audience.
The artist creates it by means of movement, space, spontaneity, and the uniqueness of the movement.
Signifies the overall aesthetic of art produced during the late 1800s up until the early 1970s
Emphasis on experimentation
Period where artists rebelled in academic aesthetics of art.
Characterized the artist's intent to portray a subject as it exists in the world according to his/her unique perspective and is typified by a rejection of accepted or traditional styles and values
Father of Modern Art
Victorio Edades, Galo Ocampo, Botong Francisco
Triumvirate of Filipino Modern Art
Academism or beaux-art tradition and the dominant Amorsolo school.
Filipino Modern Artists reacted to Two things:
CONTEXTS OF ART
Context gives us the reason why we do things.
It refers to settings, conditions, circumstances, and occurrences affecting production and reception or audience response to an artwork.
It is a set of background information that enables us to formulate meanings.
The following affects the artist's production: Age, Gender, Culture, Economic Conditions, and Social Environment.
Can be seen as a source of inspiration and a wellspring of materials for art production
Philippine traditional art has always been an integral part of daily life.
Its significance lies not only in its aesthetic appearance but also in its functionality and its value to the community that produced it.
Society, Politics and Economy, and History
The ... affect the culture and ideologies that directly influences the life of the artist.
Mode of Reception
The ... presents the idea that an artwork may acquire new meanings even after the creator ceases to manipulate its form.
Gawad sa Manlilikha ng Bayan (GAMABA)
An award that acknowledges folklore and indigenous artists who, despite the modern times, remain true to their traditions.
This award aims to support and motivate artists to preserve their artistic heritage for the present and future generations.
These artists are also recognized as the country's National Living Treasures.
Institutionalized through Republic Act No. 7355 in 1992.
1993 - Poetry
He took it upon himself to continue keeping scores of ambahan poetry recorded.
1998 - Weaving
Brought the art of T'nalak weaving to the masses
2012 - Weaving
He is known for making the all-weather headgear, the well-made tabungaw.
2012 - Weaving
A master weaver who makes inabel, a traditional form of textile from the Ilocos Region. She started weaving the Abel Iloko when she was only 16 years old.
(Music) A Filipino composer and lyricist, he was a prolific songwriter with over 4,000 songs to his credit. He is perhaps best known for being a leaf-player, a feat for which he was put into the Guinness Book of World Records. In 1997, he was named National Artist of the Philippines for Music.
(Dance) A Filipino folk dancer and academic noted for her research on Philippine folk dance. She also had other books published including: Philippine National Dances (1946), Fundamental Dance Steps and Music (1948), Foreign Folk Dances (1949), Dances for all occasion (1950), Playground Demonstration (1951), and Philippine Folk Dances, Volumes I to IV.
Honorata "Atang" De La Rama
(Music and Theatre) Singer and bodabil performer who became the first Filipina film actress. She was already starring in Spanish zarsuelas such as Mascota, Sueño de un Vals, and Marina. At the age of 15, she starred in the sarsuela Dalagang Bukid, where she became known for singing the song, Nabasag na Banga.
Leandro V. Locsin
(Architecture) A Filipino architect, artist, and interior designer known for his use of concrete, floating volume and simplistic design in his various projects. Proclaimed a National Artist of the Philippines for Architecture in 1990 by the late President Corazon C. Aquino.
Benedicto Cabrera "Bencab"
(Visual Arts" Became a National Artist of the Philippines for Visual Arts (Painting) in 2006. He has been noted as "arguable the best-selling painter of his generation of Filipino artists" Works of BenCab can be seen at the BenCab museum in Baguio.
(Film) Awarded posthumously in 2009. Brought the characters Juan Tamad and larger-than-life characters from history and literature to the silver screen, such as Genghis Khan and Sigfredo (Siegfrid).
(Film) One of the most influential Filipino Filmmakers of the late 20th century. Famous for symbolic, socio-political films that tackle issues that were prevalent in our society during his time.
Umbrella term; multidisciplinary: ceramics, drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, design, crafts, photography, and film.
The art and science of designing buildings and (some) non-building structures.
An art form and cultural activity whose medium is sound organized in time.
A performing art form consisting of purposefully selected sequences of human movement. This movement has aesthetic and symbolic value, and is acknowledged as dance by performers and observers within a particular culture.
A collaborative form of fine art that uses live performers, typically actors or actresses, to present the experience of a real or imagined event before a live audience in a specific place, often a stage.
Or motion picture, is the science and art of creating moving images.
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