Tence-Ruiz, Jose "Bogie"



Biography


Born: : 27 January 1956, Manila, Philippines


Education:
Pre-elementary, Primary and Secondary (1961-1973):
St. Paul College, Quezon City
Ateneo de Manila, Loyola Height, Quezon City
Tertiary (1973-1979):
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Advertising transferred to Major in Painting,
University of Sto. Tomas, España, Metro Manila
Supplementary:
1976-1978 Cours de Langue et Civilisation Francaise, Alliance Franciase de Manille
1979-1980 BS Education (uncompleted) National Teachers College, Manila

Academic Citations:
College Scholarships:
1974-1976 UST College of Architecture and Fine Arts
Dean’s List:
1977-1978 UST College of Architecture and Fine Arts
Cum Laude (Honors Degree)
1979 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Painting, UST
Certificat de Francais Parle-Mention Tres Bien:
1976 Alliance Francaise de Manille
Ambassador’s Award for Excellence
1976 Alliance Francaise de Manille
Diplome de Langue Francaise-Mention Tres Bien
1978 Alliance Francaise de Manille

Work:
1988-1995 Executive Artist/Senior Artist: Singapore Straits Times
1995 to present Editorial Illustrator: InterPressService(Asia)
1995 to present Graphic Consultant: Mediawise, Inc. (Manila)
1986 Editorial Illustrator/Art Director: The Manila Times
1986-1988 Editorial Illustrator/Senior Artist: The Manila Chronicle
1985-1986 Editorial / Illustrator / Consultant: National Midweek Magazine
1983 Instructor: Fine Arts, Major in Painting: UST, College of Architecture and Fine Arts
1982-1984 Editorial Illustrator: Who Magazine
1982 Art Director: The Review
1980 Assistant Production Co-ordinator: ACCUPRINT Commercial
1979-1980 Instructor-Practical Arts: San Beda High School
1978 to present Graphic Designer: Book Design, Illustration, Children’s books,
Stage Design, Package Design, Posters, Audio-Visual Graphics
1971 Apprentice Clerk: Getty Oil, Phils, Inc.
1975 to present Exhibiting Visual Artist
1970
Apprentice Librarian: Manila Daily Bulletin


Individual Exhibitions:
1998 Daan, Galleria Duemila, SM Megamall
1997 Gamut, The Junkshop, Proj.4, Quezon City
1996 Diploma, Finale Art File, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City
1993 Without it, I am Invisible, Gallery 21, 4th Level, Riverwalk Galleria, Without it, I am Invisible, Solo Performance in various sites in Singapore
1985 Kalahating Dekada (Half a Decade), Pinaglabana Galleries, San Juan, Mla.

Collective Projects / Exhibitions (Selected)
2003 “Ngonian”, Art Festival, Ayuntamiento Art Project Cagsawa, Daraga, Albay
2001 “Who Owns Women’s Bodies?”, Bulwagang Juan Luna, CCP
1996-1997 2nd Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queenland Art Gallery,
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
1996 Sining Sentenaryo, The Social Ralists in the 90’s, Vargas Museum,
West Gallery, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City
Preview: The Philippine Selection to the 2nd Asia-Pacific Triennial,
The Australian Centre, Makati City, Philippines
1995-1996 Focus:OCWs, Galleries 1 & 2, National Coordinating Council for the Arts Building, Intramuros, Manila
1994 Toxicity/Community in Hazard, International Fax Project involving Asean countries exhibited at Concrete House, Nonthburi, Bangkok, Thailand (Published as a collection of Faxes with the same title)
1994 A Survey of Filipino Artists in Singapore, Philippine Village, Asean Village Compound, Sentosa Island, Singapore Recent Aquisitions, A show of Philippine Art acquired by the National Museum of Singapore, Stamford Road, Singapore Licence: A Performance within the Artist General Assembly, 5th Passage Art Gallery, Park Way Parade Complex, East Coast Road., Singapore
1992 The Space: Singapore International Festival of the Arts, Hong Bee Warehouse, Robertson Quay, Singapore
1991 Sculpture Seminar of the National Museum, National Museum of Singapore, Stamford Road, Singapore Iskultura, From Anito to Assemblage: A History of Philippine Sculpture,Metropolitan Museum of Manila
1990 Singapore International Festival of the Arts: Artists Village Exhibitions, Scotts Shopping Centre, Singapore
1989 International Exhibit of the Youth of the World: French Bicentennial Celebrations, Paris, France
1988 13 Artists, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines
1986 The Nature of Influence, Contemporary Art Museum of the Philippines,Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila The Jeepney, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila Piglas: Political Art in the Philippines, Cultural Center of the Philippines
1981 A China Show of Philippine Art, Beijing, People’s Republic of China Cagnes-Sur-Mer International Painting Competition, Cagnes-Sur-Mer France
Asean Floating Exhibition, Zarzuela Foundation of the Philippines at Bangkok, KualaLumpur, Jakarta, Singapore and Manila
1979 Contemporary Third World Art, Tokyo, Japan
AAP-Abott Lighter Sculpture Competition and Exhibition, PhilamLife Multi-Purpose Exhibition Hall, UN Avenue, Manila
Art Fiesta, Sining Kamalig, Taft Avenue, Manila
1978 Experimental Art Exhibit, Art Association of the Philippines, Ayala
Museum, Makati City

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