By the dock of Anilao.
September 7, 2013 | Mabini, Batangas
Activists reveling around the burning effigy of President Noynoy Aquino during his 2013 State of the Nation Address.
July 22,2013 | Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City
"the photograph - certainly one in which people are shown - is not the finished realization of the image foreseen in the photographer’s mind. A camera was used and people were there. Their encounter for the photographic session is usually managed in keeping with the photographer’s decorum, but it is not totally dominated by such rules. At any moment the space between them and, later, the space between them and those who will stand viewing their picture, might become political space where people gaze at each other, speak and act away from disciplinary or governmental constraints.”
— Ariella Azoulay “Getting Rid of the Distinction between the Aesthetic and the Political”
Photograph: Louis Firetail, Sioux, Crow Creek, Wearing Tribal Clothing in American History Class, Hampton Institute, Virginia, 1899-1900 by Frances Benjamin Johnston.
Fang-od by Jake Versoza at the reception area of Pinto Art Gallery.
June 22,2013 | Antipolo City, Rizal
Rice is the Filipino staple food. It is one of the largest crops in the Philippines. It is planted almost everywhere, even in the mountains. To adapt to the slopes of the Cordillera mountain range, the Igorots terrace the mountain sides.
June 2,2013 | Buscalan, Kalinga