Mapping Invisible Cities Exhibit in Manila this month

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Finally, the Manila leg of the Mapping Invisible Cities will finally open this 17 October, 6 PM at the 3/F of Shangri-la Plaza in Edsa Mandaluyong. It will run until 7 November.

The output from the free workshops conducted by the urban photographer, World Press Photo awardee and later, a member of the jury, Peter Bialobrzeski, the exhibit consists of 96 images from 28 photographers coming from seven countries. It kicked off in Jakarta, Indonesia last 3 June and prior to Manila, it was in Singapore.

Everyone is invited for the opening ceremonies but please, check out this Facebook page to be listed so that the organizer, Goethe Institut – Manila, will be able to assess the number of persons coming. You can also tell me by replying via the comment box below.

One of my works that is on exhibit
One of my works that is on exhibit
I'm a Travel and Architecture photographer, blogger and writer based in Cebu, the Philippines.

A true blue Cebuano, I make stunning images and meaningful stories. My work has been published in various coffee table books as well as local and international publications including Geo (Germany), Sunday Times Magazine (London), done photo assignments for Mabuhay and written posts in Smile.

My personal Photography work has been exhibited around Asia and Europe including Paris in France, Germany, The Netherlands, South Korea, China and around the ASEAN regional capitals.

I am a peripatetic traveler and have been to all 81 Philippine provinces and abroad.

Check out my portfolio site at StanCabigas.

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