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Art & Family: The Asuncion Legacy

Posted by ayalamuseum on August 8, 2017

Ayala Museum, with the support of Bench, DivinaLaw, Araneta & Faustino Law Offices, and AuraStrat, will be presenting an exhibition of 19th century paintings, illustrations, and sculptures by preeminent Filipino artists of the time, the brothers Justiniano, Leoncio, and Mariano Asuncion. Entitled Art and Family: The Asuncion Legacy, the exhibition will be on display at […]

Manansala & Manalad: Framing History

Posted by ayalamuseum on June 12, 2017

In celebration of the 119th year of the declaration of Philippine independence from Spain, the Ayala Museum, in partnership with the Assisi Development Foundation, launched the first-ever public exhibition of 70 original drawings on Philippine history by National Artist Vicente Manansala and Amadeo Manalad last June 12, 2017. The works were first commissioned in 1947 […]

Vestments for Worship Wrapped in Identity

Posted by ayalamuseum on June 5, 2017

Ayala Museum is proud to present the exhibition Vestments for Worship Wrapped in Identity: Museum of Transfiguration Abbey Collection, showcasing the liturgical vestments designed and created by Dom Martin Hizon Gomez, OSB. The collection of Filipino inculturated vestments shows beautiful indigenous handwoven textiles and design motifs from all over the country. When a priest celebrates […]

Manara: An Interactive Art Installation featuring Muslim Mindanao Culture

Posted by ayalamuseum on May 4, 2017

Two acclaimed Filipino artists come together to celebrate Moro culture through Manāra, an interactive art installation at the Ayala Museum Plaza, officially opening on May 3. Manāra—the Arabic word for “minaret”—is the result of the creative collaboration between internationally acclaimed sculptor and painter Toym Imao and industrial designer and installation artist Lilianna Manahan. Featuring 23 […]

Eduardo Castrillo: A Prism of Art & Friendships

Posted by ayalamuseum on April 26, 2017

Ayala Museum is proud to present an exhibition on the late Filipino sculptor Eduardo Castrillo (1942 – 2016) at the Ground Floor Gallery from 27 April to 4 June 2017 with guest curator Jeannie E. Javelosa. The show brings focus on the prolific and eventful life of one of the leading artists in the field […]

Natee Utarit: Optimism is Ridiculous – The Altarpieces

Posted by ayalamuseum on February 8, 2017

Exhibition Run: 18 February – 9 April 2017 Artist Talk: Saturday, 18 February 2017, 10AM – 12PM Members-only Tour: Inquire Art Over Coffee Session: Sunday, 19 February 2017, 4-5PM Ayala Museum and Singapore-based gallery Richard Koh Fine Art, with the support of the Royal Thai Embassy in Manila, will be co-presenting the exhibition of contemporary Thai painter, Natee Utarit. […]

Mark Justiniani’s The Settlement

Posted by ayalamuseum on February 8, 2017

Exhibition Run: 13 – 19 February 2017 Artist Talk/Walkthrough: Thursday, 16 February 2017, 3PM Ayala Museum will present OpenSpace: The Settlement by Mark Justiniani from 13 – 19 February 2017 featuring the artist’s largest and latest work in his Infinity series to date. The installation is composed of a massive 12 by 12 by 15 foot cube […]

Arturo Luz: First Light

Posted by ayalamuseum on February 8, 2017

Ayala Museum, as part of its continuing exhibition program featuring the works of Philippine National Artists in the Visual Arts, presents the exhibition Arturo Luz: First Light, which opens 14 February 2017 at its Third Floor Galleries. Curated by historian, scholar, and educator Dr. Ambeth R. Ocampo, this exhibition celebrates the 90th birthday of Arturo […]

Submit to the BITTERxSWEET Exhibition!

Posted by ayalamuseum on January 20, 2017

Ayala Museum invites you in a crowd-sourced interactive project Bitter x Sweet Be part of our crowd sourced interactive project by submitting an object that echoes a bitter story that stings in the heart OR a sweet memory that will put a smile on our faces. We will put them up on display in Ayala […]

Ili: Photographs by Tommy Hafalla

Posted by ayalamuseum on January 16, 2017

Ili beautifully documents the life and rituals of the ethnolinguistic groups of the Northern Philippine Cordillera. Translated literally as “home village,” ili is a word widely used to refer to one’s place of origin — but its true meaning is much harder to encapsulate. Your ili is your orientation, your traditions, your culture, how you identify — it is where […]