2009 Documentary of Installation Artwork 4:30 min Video courtesy of Mariano G. Montelibano A short documentary of an installation of "Escabeche: Filipino Sweet & Sour"
Mariano “Manny” Montelibano
Mariano “Manny” G. Montelibano III is a Visayan media artist who focuses his works on the psychology of current social, political, economic, and religious structures. In the Philippines, his works have been exhibited in the National Museum of the Filipino People, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Museo Iloilo, Visayas Islands Visual Arts Exhibit and Conference, Vargas Museum, Ateneo Art Gallery, Galleria Duemila, NOVA Gallery, Museo Negrense de La Salle, and Fort Santiago-Intramuros. He has also been part of exhibitions in Seoul, Korea; Hong Kong, Spain, Germany, New Zealand, Canada, and France.
He is a video and sound installation artist, film and stage director, editor, and technical specialist, and he teaches in the University of St. La Salle in Bacolod City. Currently, he is affiliated with National Commission for Culture and the Arts of the Philippines, Black Artists in Asia Association, Crossing Negros Cultural Foundation Inc., Produksyon Tramontina Inc., Bacollywood Organization, and VIVA ExCon Org.
Manny is based in the south of the City of Bacolod, the province of Negros Occidental, Philippines.
- Born: The Philippines
- Based: Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines