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Manny G. Montelibano III
Manny G. Montelibano III (b. 1971, Philippines) is a Visayan media artist, film and stage director, editor, and professor at the University of St. La Salle in the Philippines. His work has been exhibited in the Philippines at the National Museum of the Filipino People, Manila (2009), the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Manila (2010), the Metropolitan Museum of Manila (2012), Museo Iloilo (2006), and the Vargas Museum, Quezon City (2012), and internationally in Korea, Hong Kong, Spain, Germany, Canada, and France. He was featured as part of the Philippine Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale in 2015.
Manny Montelibano lives and works in Bacolod, the Philippines.