Nikki Luna’s solo exhibition This is how to be a woman of the world? opens just three days prior to the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on November 25. This International Day aims to raise awareness on violence against women and girls. And Nikki Luna’s work deals with the systematic violence perpetrated against women and girls, in the Philippines and beyond. The title of the exhibition is a direct quote from Duterte, the current president of the Philippines.


 Alliance Française de Manille and 1335MABINI with the support of Centre Intremondes La Rochelle, Mairie de La Rochelle and Region Nouvelle-Aquitaine present We…human body, a solo exhibition by French photographer and current artist-in-residence Annabelle Muñoz-Rio.  Annabelle Muñoz-Rio (1974;  annabellemunozrio.com ) graduated in Fine Arts from Lorient, Nantes, and the University of Bordeaux. She gives seminars and carries out commissioned work for the public sector. The photographic works of Annabelle Muñoz-Rio stem from intense existential research. And her works have been exhibited extensively around Europe; this is her very first show in Asia.  Annabelle Muñoz-Rio’s residency is part of the Philippine Artist Residency program (PARP), which provides selected Filipino and French artists the opportunity for Filipino artists to live in France and French artists to live in the Philippines to develop a proposed artistic project. The program is a collaboration between Alliance Française de Manille, Centre Intermondes and 1335MABINI.  The exhibition will run from October 31 until November 28, 2018 at Alliance Française de Manille (209 Nicanor Garcia, Makati).

Alliance Française de Manille and 1335MABINI with the support of Centre Intremondes La Rochelle, Mairie de La Rochelle and Region Nouvelle-Aquitaine present We…human body, a solo exhibition by French photographer and current artist-in-residence Annabelle Muñoz-Rio.

Annabelle Muñoz-Rio (1974; annabellemunozrio.com) graduated in Fine Arts from Lorient, Nantes, and the University of Bordeaux. She gives seminars and carries out commissioned work for the public sector. The photographic works of Annabelle Muñoz-Rio stem from intense existential research. And her works have been exhibited extensively around Europe; this is her very first show in Asia.

Annabelle Muñoz-Rio’s residency is part of the Philippine Artist Residency program (PARP), which provides selected Filipino and French artists the opportunity for Filipino artists to live in France and French artists to live in the Philippines to develop a proposed artistic project. The program is a collaboration between Alliance Française de Manille, Centre Intermondes and 1335MABINI.

The exhibition will run from October 31 until November 28, 2018 at Alliance Française de Manille (209 Nicanor Garcia, Makati).