Matthew Tito Cuenca

Le 12/02/2011 0

Dans 2014

Fine Artist and Designe

Born in 1968 in Manila, Philippines, Matthew Tito CUENCA grew up in a multi-racial, multi-faith home. His home life greatly encouraged his love of painting and influenced his unique technique of blending the familiar and foreign into thoughtful, unconventional combinations of art and story. In 1991, he received his B.F.A. with honors from Parsons School of Art and Design. During this time he continued to develop his personal study on the juxtaposition of function and design and became a successful fashion designer.

For the next 15 years he worked as a Designer, Illustrator and Art Director for several notable companies such as Harper Collins Trophy, Moody Publishing, Bill Blass Sportswear, J. Crew and Oleg Cassine Couture. He has also worked as an associate professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology. In 2002, he decided to leave the world of Fashion, move to Paris and rekindle his love of sculpture and painting. Currently, he lives and works in Cambodia where he derives limitless inspiration from the history and beauty of the Khmer landscape, people, and customs.

Artiste et designer né en 1968 à Manille, aux Philippines, Matthew Tito CUENCA a grandi dans un environnement multiculturel. Sa vie de famille a fortement encouragé son amour de la peinture. En 1991, il sort avec son diplôme de Bachelor of Fine Art ( B.F.A) avec les honneurs de la Parsons School of Art and Design de NYC

Durant les quinze dernières années, il a travaillé pour plusieurs compagnies connues comme Harper Collins Trophy, Editions Moody, Bill Blass sportwear, J.Crew, et Oleg Cassine Couture. Il a également collaboré à la Fashion Institute of Technology.
En 2002, il décide de quitter le monde de la mode et s’installe à Paris où il ravive son amour de la sculpture et la peinture. Actuellement il vit et travaille au Cambodge où il tire une inspiration sans limite de l’histoire, de la beauté du paysage khmer, des gens et des coutumes.



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