Agnes Arellano Sculptor
The sacred and the mythical, the physical and the erotic, the magical and the mundane, the religious and the profane, and music and song all permeate the art of Filipina artist Agnes Arellano. Drawing from rich personal experience and an extraordinary range of influences, she makes some of the most dramatic art in Asia. more...
In Conversation With Agnes Arellano
Interview for Philippine Tatler by Dorynna Untivero
Ever wonder what a typical day in the life of a sculptor is like? We talk to Agnes Arellano about several topics including Tai Chi, Peace Cranes, Myths, and her time as a Fine Arts student...
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Inscapes: The Art of Agnes Arellano
This monograph, written by Alice Guillermo, is the first comprehensive introduction to Arellano’s body of works. It highlights and examines her pantheon of female goddesses, including the iconic Carcass-Cornucopia, a live-cast of the artist’s own body, in the work Myths of Creation & Destruction I in 1987. The book includes photographs, notes, sketches and other documentation of the artist’s major works from the early 80s to 1996 as well as a CD of her Sound Sculptures.
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