Collection: Frank Hari

One hundred fifteen years after Pablo Picasso created the proto-cubist painting. "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon," Cubism continues to cast its spell on the present generation of artists. Cubism, was one of the pioneering styles that eschew depicting natural appearance in art, the dictum propounded by Picasso he declared that "Nature and art, being two different things, cannot be the same thing." Filipino artists, painters and sculptors alike, took to the new style. Vicente Manansala, after his French sojourn, switched style and adopted cubism, and abandoned for good the Botong Francisco style that had inspired him for some time.

Frank Hari was born on May 12, 1964, to Bautista and Nasaria Hari. Hari recalled that he began drawing when he was in grade three. He claimed that no one had encouraged him, he being the only one in his family who's manifested an inclination for art making. His family though was supportive of his dream and allowed him to enroll at the Philippine Women's University (PWU) where he received his Bachelor's Degre in Fine Arts major in painting.

Frank Hari

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