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Publications

For a complete list of publications for sale, please call the Administration Department at 521-1517 or 523-0613.

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1. 2000 YEARS OF VATICAN TREASURES...
And They Will Come From A Far
272 Pages, full color-soft bound
2. ANITA MAGSAYSAY HO- A Retrospective
By Alice Guerrero Guillermo
196 pages, full color-hard bound
3. JUAN LUNA AND FELIX R. HIDALGO CATALOGUE
272 pages, black & White-soft bound
4. ALAB NG PUSO
71 pages, full color-hard bound
5. CARMELO ALFREDO - His Life and Art
By Alice G. Guillermo
142 pages, full color-hard bound
6. BARO - Philippine Fabric and Fashion
Foreword by Maredes Carlos-Fernando
Edited by Mons Romulo Tantoco

200 pages, full color-hard bound
7. Pormang-Porma Rin Sila Noong Panahon ni Maria Clara - Kasuotan Noong 1800s
KULAYAN NATIN AT IKUWADRO
22 pages
8. TERNO BARO'T SAYA - Mga Kasuotan Noong 1920s-1940s
KULAYAN NATIN AT IKUWADRO TOMO I
10 pages
9. TERNO BARO'T SAYA - Mga Kasuotan Noong 1920s-1940s
KULAYAN NATIN AT IKUWADRO TOMO II
10 pages
10. ANG KIUKOK CD - A Retrospective
This CD-ROM is the first of its kind in Philippine art documentation. It will provide viewers unique access to 196 of Ang Kiukok's paintings, ranging from his early student works to masterpieces completed in 1999. As an additional feature highlights in the artist's career are explained by way of audio commentary.
11. QUIAPO : Heart of Manila
Edited by Dr. Fernando Zialcita
493 pages, soft bound
12. BARAY: Water in Khmer Arts and Life
65 pages, black & white-soft bound
13. TIPON CD
Tipon: Artists Organizing is an exhibit on visual art organization in the Philippines. It shifts away from the traditional focus on individual artistic genius in recognition of the activity, inspiration, and accomplishments derived from working together.
14. LUZ: A Light tin the Museum
45 pages, full color-soft bound
15. MUSUBITSUKI
Japanese Images/Thematics in Philippine Art
56 pages, full color-soft bound


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