Artist: Nick Dulay
Size: 16in x 22in
Medium: Oil on canvas
Story behind the artwork:
“Karne” or meat is one of the basic commodities that is being sold to the market for public consumption. This is being processed from the slaughterhouse and put in the storage room before it is transferred to the market.
The government’s responsibility is to regulate and ensure that the processing of meats that is available in the market for public consumption is safe and free from any malpractices from substandard or hazardous products
This is part of the right to health of the consumers.
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About the Artist
During the late ’80s and early ’90s, nick became an active participant in group exhibitions organized by the Sining Binhi Art Foundation.
Nick had his first solo art exhibition in the early 2000 at the San Agustin Church in Intramuros. The exhibit was attended by known personality which includes speaker Manuel Villar.
Nick believes that art has an important role to play in society. “Social change begins with ideas and social concern of every individual. If we don’t stand for what we think is right and moral, no changes can ever happen. We need to use our talent as a skill to initiate change.” according to him.
At present, Nick Dulay is an active member of Rights Action Philippines (RAP).