written by Ronald Ventura
Damiani | ISBN 9788862081771
Hardback – 160 pages
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Filipino painter Ronald Ventura (born 1973) combines references to art history with underground culture to reflect upon the relationship between the so-called First, Second and Third Worlds. Playing on the tensions between the promises and shortcomings of globalization, Ventura presents the Philippines as a conflicted nation that must reconcile its attachment to tradition with its desires for the future.
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