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Ryan Arbilo Bency Madrigal abratique Venice HQ, 2019

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Ryan Arbilo, Bency Madrigal abratique Venice HQ
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    Photography : digital

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    19.7 x 27.6 x 0.4 inch

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    Photography on paper

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    Unique work

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    HALO-HALO A PHOTOGRAPHIC SERIES BY PHILIPPIN ARTIST RYAN ARBILO
    His previous work of 9 black and white photographic portraits, entitled “Chicken hands”, focuses on representing Filipino housekeepers and their hands which are used for their survival.

    It is about showing mixed families, Filipino and Italian as well as their offspring, in a typically Italian setting. Dating, marrying a man from this country and starting a family is the best way that these women have found to integrate into this foreign society. These family portraits taken in Padova, Bologna, Milan, Venice, Rome, relate different stories of love, joys and sorrows.
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Ryan Arbilo

France Born in: 1981

Ryan Arbilo is a Filipino artist born in 7 november 1981, who is based in Paris, France. « Chicken hands », his antecedent work of art, is a 9-pieces photography collection of Filipino women and their hands damaged by their housekeeping work. The masterpieces were creatively taken from an angle that magnifies the hands that serve as the main medium of livelihood of the subjects. 


September 16, 2016, he finally opened his first exhibit at « La Maison Européenne de la Photographie » along with six other photographers, making him the first Filipino to have his works on display at the museum of photography. 


Following this successfull collection, the artist is presenting « Halo-Halo ». In this new compilation, Ryan shows mixed-culture families composing the Italian father, the mother, and their europinoy offspring, photographed in an Italian ambiance. Having a local partner and raising a mixed child is one the best way to integrate to the society. The womb became an instrument of love and fusion. Different stories of love, happiness, pains, and survival will be featured in the photos taken in Padova, Bologna, Milan, Venice, Rome, Turin, and Florence. 


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Ryan Arbilo, Bency Madrigal abratique Venice HQ
Ryan Arbilo, Bency Madrigal abratique Venice HQ