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    Sabado sa Museo at si Botong Francisco Sabado sa Museo at si Botong Francisco Organized by Museum Foundation of the Philippines in celebration of the centenary
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      Sabado sa Museo at si Botong Francisco


      Sabado sa Museo at si Botong Francisco

      Organized by Museum Foundation of the Philippines

      in celebration of the centenary of

      National Artist for Visual Arts Carlos "Botong" Francisco

       

      November 10, 2012 / Saturday / 2:00-4:30 pm
      Cocktails will follow the talks

      Museum Foundation Hall, 2nd Floor National Art Gallery, P. Burgos Street, Manila

       

      Patrick D. Flores is Professor of Art Studies at the Department of Art Studies at the University of the Philippines, Curator of the Vargas Museum in Manila, and Adjunct Curator at the National Art Gallery, Singapore. His talk is entitled "The Past is Modern in the Art of Carlos Francisco" which will focus on the logic and image of history in the murals of Carlos Francisco. In the evolution of Philippine art, Francisco has been unique in presenting different manifestations of history as a visual narrative. This is the story of a nation that Francisco casts in compelling form. He renders this on many levels, among them, culture, commerce, and medicine. This retelling of the past necessitates that his paintings be understood as a modern moment, conceived by an artist animated by self-consciousness, interpreting the past in relation to a search for identity in the present and reclaiming a valiant history for the country's future.


      Carlos (Totong) G. Francisco studied fine arts and is the grandson of renowned muralist, Carlos (Botong) V. Francisco. During his childhood, Totong observed painters tackling local subjects in the manner of his grandfather and began his search for a personal style. He joined local artists' groups, participated in numerous exhibitions, and facilitated art workshops for children. Totong's current approach to painting relates to Automatism and Abstract Expressionism. He continues in the direction of non-objectivity with his latest paintings that head towards a collective combination of unexpected elements. He will use photographs from three family albums and share memories about his grandfather.


      Admission Fee: Php 150 for MFPI Members, Seniors and Students; Php 200 for the General Public

       

      Kindly fill out the reply form below and fax to 404 2685 / 523 9692 or email to inquiry@.... You may also text/call 697 9509, 0949 3338211 (Elvie) or 0927 8484680 (Mae) to reserve slots.


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