Far Eastern University
Teo Esguerra’s works are largely based on the Japanese concepts wabi-sabi and mono-no- aware, which refer to the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and transient. He uses vintage film equipment and a makeshift darkroom, resulting in misprints or markings that he embraces as part of his process.
Esguerra graduated from Far Eastern University with a BFA in Advertising. He worked as an illustrator before becoming a fulltime visual artist. He has shown his works in Singapore, Shanghai and around the metro. He is currently taking his Masters in Fine Arts in U.P. Diliman.
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