Sculptures by Napoleón Abueva seen at Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Manila - Kaganapan
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"Kaganapan" is one of Napoleon Abueva's work of art. Created out of marble in 1952, when Abueva was still a young student at the University of the Philippines, this sculpture won the grand prize in the Arts Association of the Philippines' annual competition. With a dimension of 91.44 cms., Kaganapan literally interprets the female reproductive function as a fulfillment to women. It is now included in Abueva's collection.