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Marlon Fuentes (Philippines)

Marlon Fuentes is a Philippine-born, US-based media artist working in film and photography. He received a BA in Anthropology and Behavioural Science in 1974 from the De La Salle University in Manila. He is known for his distinct documentary approach, which successfully blends autoethnography and the historical essay. His works have been exhibited and collected in major museums, such as the Smithsonian’s National Gallery of American Art, MoMA and Guggenheim Museum. A Rockefeller Award recipient, FUENTES has also taught in various universities around the world on topics such as experimental cinema, documentary theory, and photography.


  • Summer Vacation
  • Untitled (Eye Ring)
  • Crickee
  • Bontoc Eulogy
  • Arm
  • Tantalus
  • Wholly Cow
  • Sleep With Open Eyes
  • B.E.A.T
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