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Articles by Abraham Menor

Thrilla' of Manila: Graffiti In The Phillipines

Photographer Abraham Menor recently returned from a trip to the Philippines where he photographed the thriving graffiti and street culture. "The pieces or letters help bring character and sometimes bring a sense of beauty to the areas that breathe hardship," he said.

Pages Flipped Show Recap

If you miss the opening night of Pages Flipped by Abraham Menor, then you miss one incredible show. But there is still time to check it out in person, or show up to the closing night reception on March 1st, 2014.

"Pages Flipped" exhibit by Abraham Menor

Saturday, February 8, 2014 Mixed Media & Photography By Abraham Menor. The Cannery 401 East Taylor #155 San Jose, CA 95112. More Info: thecannerygallery.com or brainsoiled.com

Healing the Hood: Photos and Report Back from United Playaz Peace March

Long standing community organization United Playaz held a Silence the Violence march and event earlier this month. De-Bug reporter Andrew "Society" Bigelow wrote about the moving experience, and Abe Menor shares images of a community marching, rallying, and healing the hood.

Legacy: The Art of Mike "Dream" Francisco

Mike "Dream" Francisco's art inspired a generation, and brought together the worlds of art and activism, before his untimely passing in 2000. A decade later, the Manilatown Heritage Foundation is displaying his work through a commemorative gallery. Photographer Abe Menor reflects on Mike "Dream" Francisco's work and influence, and shares photos of the gallery.
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