Antipas Delotavo’s work from 2014 emerges at Uncrating O2O Art.
Gabby Prado’s exhibition at Galerie Stephanie, purposely titled “Breakfast”, is her way of honoring this familial routine.
Bullet Dematera’s sixth solo exhibition, “Hidden Places” is available for viewing both online and by appointment at Nuzen Art Gallery in Tagaytay.
View the insightful and contemplative works of 13 Filipino artists at the Luxury Lane, East Wing from now until October 12, as Shangri-La Plaza and The Artologist gallery present Individual Reset – Life’s Greatest Comeback exhibition.
Contributed by Japan Foundation Manila An Exhibition featuring sustainable Japanese Architecture and A Public Dialogue with Japanese & Filipino Architects and an Engineer The Japan Foundation, Manila and the Metropolitan Museum of Manila, in cooperation with Embassy of Japan in the Philippines are pleased to announce the traveling exhibition Built Environment: An Alternative Guide to…
On Paper and in Lockdown: A Look at the Selected Works of Ateneo Art Gallery’s Marciano Galang Acquisition Prize
The Ateneo Art Gallery Marciano Galang Acquisition Prize closed in June, with 54 works selected out of a total 329 submissions. See some of the selected works.
The British Council and National Museum offers us a new art experience from our homes.
Art+ shines a light on the Filipino artists participating in the cross-cultural virtual exhibit “Where I’m Coming From”
From August 10 to 17, Art in the Park, the country’s most anticipated affordable art fair, will go online for its first virtual edition at www.artinthepark.ph. That’s eight days of affordable art featuring over 2,600 art pieces, with new works to be uploaded daily.
Tracie Anglo-Dizon paints fine ceramics only to break them in her solo show “Ornament and Crime”