Last Feburary 5, 2015, the Unpredictable … Unscripted Street Photography Exhibition opened at the Vargas Museum at U.P. Diliman. Attended by approximately 150 to 200 people, guests were treated to great street photography 30″ x 40″ prints printed by Fujifilm Philippines. Seeing such big prints full of life relive the moment the Filipino street photographers capture in that decisive moment.
The exhibit selection of photos were curated by Rick Racamora, an international documentary photographer who mentored Xyza Bacani, the domestic helper turned photographer and now a scholar of Magnum and will be going to New York for scholarship in photography.
Here are the photos and videos of my coverage of the opening.
Opening Ceremonies and the exhibition
Exhibitors talk about their works and give tips on street photography
In the playlist:
Talk about their photo and tips: Ateneo Sta. Ines, Jayvee Mataro, Joel Mataro, Little Wing Luna, Kimpoy del Prado, Ed de Guzman, Gian James Maagad, Xyza Cruz Bacani, Jomel Bartolome, Arthur Quejadas II
Invites and commentary: Edwin Tuyay, Luis Liwanag, Rommel Bundalian, Rick Rocamora
More videos are still uploading as of publishing time. please check back later for more.
For more details about the schedule of the exhibit, please check out my other post Unpredicatalbe Unscripted Filipino Street Photography article.
Check out the exhibit which will run up to February 28, 2015.
Don’t miss the lecture by of Rick Racamora this Saturday February 7 2015 3 p.m. at the Vargas Museum about “Managing Your Photography Path In The Digital Age”.