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Fernando Botero
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                    [ArticleID] => 1894454
                    [Title] => Fernando Botero: A voluptuous imagination
                    [Summary] => Latin America is home to some of the best writers and artists who ever lived, such as Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Pablo Neruda, Diego Rivera, and José Clemente Orozco, among others. Fernando Botero, who hails from Medellín — Colombia’s second largest city that sits on a valley along the spine of the Andes — is no doubt part of this illustrious club, a singular painter who, at 86, shows no sign of slowing down.
                    [DatePublished] => 2019-02-18 00:00:00
                    [ColumnID] => 135778
                    [Focus] => 1
                    [AuthorID] => 1213342
                    [AuthorName] => Carlomar Arcangel Daoana
                    [SectionName] => Arts and Culture
                    [SectionUrl] => arts-and-culture
                    [URL] => https://media.philstar.com/photos/2019/02/17/arts2-fernando-botero_2019-02-17_03-25-31926_thumbnail.jpg
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                    [ArticleID] => 1684667
                    [Title] => Raymund Legaspi’s “Dreamscape”
                    [Summary] => It is reasonable to assume that Silayanon artist Raymond Legaspi is a follower of Colombia’s Fernando Botero, given the former’s predilection in rendering stout figures as the base for linear-painting works.
                    [DatePublished] => 2017-04-06 00:00:00
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                    [AuthorID] => 1794253
                    [AuthorName] => Yasunari Ramon Suarez Taguchi
                    [SectionName] => Freeman Cebu Lifestyle
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                    [ArticleID] => 1507063
                    [Title] => Roel Obemio’s ‘Homage 2’ at ManilART
                    [Summary] => 

In February of last year, Roel Obemio gained acclaim for an exhibition that demonstrated the development of his oeuvre through a homage series of famous works done in his own style.

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Harmony from differences is the basis for an exhibit organized by Galerie Francesca.

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Make way and make time.

[DatePublished] => 2014-09-07 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 0 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Allure [SectionUrl] => allure [URL] => http://media.philstar.com/images/the-philippine-star/lifestyle/allure/20140907/horse-power-6.jpg ) [5] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 1295888 [Title] => Galerie Stephanie presents ‘Bedtime Stories’ at The Podium [Summary] =>

Bedtime stories are the take-off point for a new exhibition which opens on March 9 at the Atrium of The Podium. Titled “Bedtime Stories,” the exhibition features Carlo Ongchangco, Francis Nacion, Roel Oemio, and Migs Villanueva.

[DatePublished] => 2014-03-03 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 0 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Arts and Culture [SectionUrl] => arts-and-culture [URL] => http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/7571/9hy1.jpg ) [6] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 267827 [Title] => Xtra large can be sexy [Summary] => My first encounter with a Fernando Botero was in the early seventies. His paintings and drawings of portly Latin American generals, medals weighing on their uniforms looking like pompous buffoons, resonated with me. In those days, many in my generation were battling the various dictatorships in season on the American continent as well as in Southeast Asia.

In a recent interview with Fernando Botero on the occasion of his first major exhibition of paintings and sculptures in Singapore, he confirmed the drawings as his way of satirizing the conditions then.
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