Overview participating exhibitions
Some of the biggest shopping malls in the world are in The Philippines, a developing country that is overwhelmingly Roman Catholic. Its population spends so much of their free time – and the billions that family members living overseas send back home – in these shoppers' paradises that they have begun to form the heart of the community. To oblige its followers, the Catholic Church has started to hold Masses in the shopping malls – in a quiet corner, the atrium, or a purpose-built chapel. That, says Estan Cabigas, underscores how shopping malls have become the new cathedrals.
Estan Cabigas (The Philippines, 1974) studied photojournalism at the Konrad Adenauer Asian Center for Journalism in Quezon City in The Philippines. His work has been shown in China, Bangladesh, Germany and other countries. He is presently teaching at De La Salle University in the Filipino capital, Manilla.
Website Estan Cabigas
Price EUR 17,50