Short Stories at Prism Gallery pairs travel photos with exciting tales
The exhibit runs until October 24.
(SPOT.ph) There's no shortage of interesting exhibits to visit this Museums and Galleries Month. Short Stories: An Exhibition of Photographs and Fiction in a Hurry by Giselle Kasilag makes narratives out of a journalist's travel photos, which include images of architecture and landscapes. The exhibit is on view at the Prism Gallery until October 24.
Giselle's photos are heartwarming and funny.
Giselle rediscovered her love for taking photos three years ago during her travels. She says it's not very far from what she used to do as senior reporter for Business World. Both allows her to tell stories, and the exhibit is a brilliant way of using her talents. Short Stories is Giselle's second solo exhibition in the country, but she has also exhibited her works in Times Square, New York and (every artist's dream) at the Louvre in Paris.
We loved reading about "Bookworm."
Giselle brings to life mundane encounters in these Instax printouts.
Short Stories runs until October 24 at the Prism Gallery. Admission is free.
Prism Gallery is at G/F Island Tower Condominium, 239 Salcedo Street, Legazpi Village, Makati City (firstname.lastname@example.org or 886-3497). Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays, and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays. For more information, visit Prism Gallery’s Facebook page.
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