Brian Sergio (Filipino, b.1980) is a Photographer, Painter, and Graphic Designer. He studied painting at the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts in 2002. Trained as a painter and a conceptual artist, he had a few local group exhibitions between 2000 to 2008 and worked as a Graphic Designer and Art Director in a couple of advertising firms, before deciding to focus on photography full-time.
His solo exhibitions as a photographer include ‘Pak!’ (2014) at Galerie Astra, in Makati and ‘Kidultery’ (2011) at West Gallery in Quezon City, Philippines. Sergio’s work has often been described as raw, transgressive, and irreverent.
His method has always been about energy and movement; taking a gamble, getting involved, and going with the flow without diffidence. In 2017, He released his 1st book called “Pak” published by Dienacht Publishing.
The book was based on a collective rebellion against inhibitions and acceptable behavior, an attempt to expose the world behind the façade that most Filipinosaspire to.
Sergio currently lives and works in Manila, Philippines.
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