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Ramon G. Orlina

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Art Association of the Philippines'

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Jeho Bitancor's Painted Truths : Philippine Art, Culture and Antiquities

www.artesdelasfilipinas.com [cached]

As a result, Ramon Orlina who was then AAP's president offered the association's help in launching my first exhibit.
It took two years of following-up and telephone conversations until the show finally took place in 1995. The show was held in a makeshift gallery in Shangri-La Plaza as there was no better space for the twenty-one pieces medium to large- scale works. And Orlina, being a well -known figure was able to gather support for an unknown beginner.


Kulay-Diwa Gallery of Philippine Contemporary Art - Investing in Philippine Art

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The dramatic achievement of the Filipino work has reinforced international respect for Filipino art, according to Ramon Orlina, president of the Art Association of the Philippines (AAP).
But Orlina says just the same that the feat was still dramatic considering the work was small (28x30 in.) and executed in tempera, which means it's not as lasting as oil. "Maganda if you really look at it," Orlina says. "So it's a matter of supply and demand," Orlina says. "Her works are scarce, and the market becomes less and less easy to satisfy. So collectors fight over her." Taking notice Although Orlina believes that the sale does not automatically mean that other works by the artist "will go up that way," it means that collectors, particularly foreigners, will take greater notice of Filipino works. Orlina, too, is happy that Christie's was impressed by the strong sales of Philippine art so that the venerable auction house might be wooed to hold their auctions right here. Although Christie's had assisted the AAP in a rare auction last year, the event was really a charity benefit. "Now they can really look at the Philippines as a market," says Orlina, who points out that Christie's had already held a commercial auction in Thailand. Orlina says Philippine art should learn from the lesson of the Amorsolo episode. When Christie's first introduced the master in its auctions, an Amorsolo easily fetched P4 million. When Christie's tried to repeat the feat with five Amorsolos in its next auction, Orlina, who was consulted in the authentication process, was shocked to find out that three of the paintings were fakes. "From then on, the value of an Amorsolo dipped," Orlina says. Orlina says that rival auction house Glerum asked him two years ago to authenticate an Anita Magsaysay-Ho that did not subscribe to the characteristic style of the artist. "It turns out it was commissioned by the G.I. boyfriend of the model," Orlina says. To prevent forgeries from undermining the growing international recognition of Philippine art, Orlina says that the AAP is trying to establish a "collecting society. Suspected fakes can be checked against the catalogue so that forgeries can be minimized, Orlina explains.


www.daigdigpinoy.com

Ramon Orlina at Art Verite
Ramon Orlina - Art Verite Renowned glass sculptor Ramon Orlina's latest show at the Art Verite on the second floor of Serendra at Bonifacio High Street, brings his art to an even higher level after the completion of his outstanding monument, the Quattro Mondial, at the UST grounds. Although there is no clear juncture before and after this unique achievement, there is in his latest work, however, a new sparkling elan, a fresh release of self-confidence, and a joyous surge of creativity in the glass art that he has now unquestionably mastered. Orlina's art is home grown. He did not have to travel abroad to realize his dream to be a glass artist; he started in the Philippines where after 30 years, he has achieved his national and international identity as the master of the art of glass in our time. SHINING THROUGH recent works by Ramon Orlina will open on 25 November, 6:30 pm. At Art Verite' 2C-05, 2F Shops at Serendra Bonifacio High Global, Taguig City, Philippines. • Ramon Orlina at Art Verite • Glass and Bronze by Ramon Orlina


en.wikipilipinas.org

Ramon Orlina - (B.S. Architecture, 1965) member of Art Verite' Gallery


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Trophy by Ramon Orlina beside Maningning and her AAP 1992 Grand Prize painting "Trouble in Paradise".


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