Ce diaporama a bien été signalé.
Nous utilisons votre profil LinkedIn et vos données d’activité pour vous proposer des publicités personnalisées et pertinentes. Vous pouvez changer vos préférences de publicités à tout moment.

contemporary arts in the philippines

180 528 vues

Publié le

contemporary arts in the phil.

Publié dans : Art & Photos

contemporary arts in the philippines

  1. 1. FINE or AESTHETIC (MAJOR ARTS) UTILITARIAN or PRACTICAL (MINOR ARTS) ART
  2. 2. FINE or AESTHETIC (MAJOR ARTS)
  3. 3. PRACTICAL or UTILITARIAN (MINOR ARTS)
  4. 4. •It includes first aid treatments, medicinal manufacturing, surgery, medical operations, rehabilitation and others.
  5. 5. Pre-Colonial Arts (ETHNIC Arts) In Pre-colonial Philippines, arts are for ritual purposes or for everyday use.
  6. 6. Islamic art is characterized by geometric designs and patterns eliciting focus from the believers.
  7. 7. Art became a handmaiden of religion, serving to propagate the Catholic faith and thus support the colonial order at the same time.
  8. 8. In the American regime, commercial and advertising arts were integrated into the fine arts curriculum. Moreover, Americans favored idyllic sceneries and secular forms of arts.
  9. 9. Since the Japanese advocated for the culture of East Asia, preference was given to the indigenous art and traditions of the Philippines. This emphasized their propaganda of Asia belonging to Asians.
  10. 10. Modern era in Philippine Art began after World War 2 and the granting of Independence. Writers and artists posed the question of national identity as the main theme of various art forms.
  11. 11. Philippine Contemporary Art was an offshoot of social realism brought about by Martial Law. Arts became expression of people’s aspiration for a just, free, and sovereign society.
  12. 12. Ethnic Art Islamic Art Spanish Era American Era Japanese Era Modern Era Contemporary Era Geometric Designs Integral to life Faith and Catechism Secular Forms of Art Orientalizing National Identity Social RealismTimeline of Philippine Arts Pre – 13th C. AD 13th C. AD 1521-1898 1898-1940 1941-1945 1946-1969 1970’s - present
  13. 13. •Instruction: •Choose one from the major art form (*) and present as a group. (you may derive your presentation from any of the Philippine set up arts samples.

×