Ma. Czarina A. Fernandez
A NEW coffee-table book on Philippine art by former Varsitarian artist and photographer documents through beautiful photography and informative text the ateliers or work studios of 75 of the country’s foremost artists, what critics have described as a very helpful “archival” project to record the creative process that goes into masterpieces of the visual arts.
“Filipino Artists in their Studios” is published by the Manila Bulletin and conceptualized and photographed by visual artist-photojournalist Jose Vinluan “Pinggot” Zulueta, a BS Fine Arts in Advertising Arts graduate of the old UST College of Architecture and Fine Arts.
October 31, 2015, 11:10p.m. - A GLIMPSE into the lives of artists beyond their masterpieces was the theme of a new coffeetable book published by Thomasian journalists Jose "Pinggot" Zulueta and Isabel de Leon.
"Filipino Artists in their Studios" features artists in their workplaces. Zulueta and de Leon, photojournalist and lifestyle editor, respectively, of the Manila Bulletin, came up with the book to give an in-depth and personal look into the work processes behind famous artworks.