Filipinas (Pictures attached)

Filipinas is a series of thirty photographs of a select group of women representing the arts, education, civil society and politics.

Filipinas was intended to travel to various educational and national institutions in the country, such as the CCP, where it was launched, and now here at the Vargas Museum. Afterwards, it will be brought to the United States and certain European cities in celebration of women in general and Filipinas in particular.

Isa Lorenzo graduated from the New School University-Parsons School of Design in New York City with a Master of Arts in Media Studies and Photography. She has shown at the Museum of Modern Art, the International Center of Photography, and the Thomas Werner Gallery, all in New York. Her work has been collected in the United States and Asia. She is currently the Creative Director of Silver Lens, a photo agency based in Manila which represents a stable of photographers producing high concept stock photos, commercial images, and news photography.

For more information about the artist please visit

Images courtesy of silverlens

Note from ResearchSEA Editors:
The Four Faces of Woman Dance-Exhibit and Miniature Paintings in Relicarios will be featured on ResearchSEA in April.

Published: 28 Mar 2006

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Roxas Avenue, University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City 1101

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Websites: More information on Isa Lorenzo and the women featured in the series International Women's Month at the University of the Philippines