FOTOMOTO 22: HOME

We have emerged from the past two years with new perspectives on our homes, due to prolonged isolation, working and studying from home, migration, displacement, loss of one’s home or finding a new one. The sense of home, while tied to places, may also be as abstract as a feeling, relationship or ritual.

Fotomoto 22 will run until December 9 at the Parola: UP Fine Arts Gallery, accompanied by a series of public programming events. In 2023, the exhibit will travel to BenCab Museum in Benguet and to Orange Project at Bacolod Art District.

Upcoming Activities

A survey on SEAsia Photography | Zhuang Wubin

November 25, 2022 (Fri) | 3:00 PM

Parola: UP Fine Arts Gallery

Portfolio Reviews with Industry Leaders

November 26, 2022 (Sun) | 9:30 am

Parola: UP Fine Arts Gallery

Inside the Philippine Photography Sphere

November 27, 2022 (Fri) | 3:00 pm

Parola: UP Fine Arts Gallery

FOTOMOTO 22: HOME

All fine art prints on exhibit will be available via our partner, Modeka Art

Modeka Art is an independent, artist-led contemporary art gallery, creative space, and art consultancy based in Manila.

Produced in LIMITED EDITIONS, these premium fine prints are SIGNED by the artist and issued with a Certificate of Authenticity (CoA).

FOTOMOTO 21: PORTRAITS

PHOTOBOOK

The book features selected works from all exhibiting photographers of the inaugural series of shows in 2021.

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PRESS

adobo magazine
What does home look like to you?

Gio Panlilio says Fotomoto 22 aims to reimagine comfortable spaces

Who We Are
Fotomoto PH

FotomotoPH is a photographers' collective originating in Metro Manila, open to nationwide expansion. The objective of FotomotoPH is to promote Philippine photography as a manifestation of our shared experience as a nation, our diversity in perspective, including gender, socio-economic status, age and geography, and as an art form that expresses our identity and culture. 

FOTOMOTO 21: PORTRAITS

November 2021 - June 2022: Over 400 Photographs from over 100 Filipino Photographers in 13 Exhibitions