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“The Life and Art of Lee Aguinaldo”

“The Life and Art of Lee Aguinaldo”

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Lee Aguinaldo was a towering figure in the Philippine art scene for his work as well as his controversial public image. Though known for abstraction, he refused to restrict his art and even flouted traditional notions of originality by appropriating other artists and imagery.

The Life and Art of Lee Aguinaldo brings out the full range of his oeuvre: his Pollock-inspired “drip” paintings, hard-edged Linears, and witty mixed-media works and frottages. Leading art critics and historians examine his vision, as well as the tumultuous personal history that shaped it. Lavishly illustrated with over 150 of his artworks, rare photographs by Wig Tysmans, Ray Albano, and Butch Baluyut, and reproductions of his influences Fernando Zobel, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Rembrandt and Vermeer, this book provides an incisive and fascinating study of a great Filipino modern artist.


Publisher: Vibal Foundation, Inc.
Publication date: 2011
Format: Hardbound, 288 pages, 200 illustrations


ISBN: 978-971-0182-41-1

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