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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 […]

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 […]

Beautiful Handicrafts of Tohoku, Japan

Posted by ayalamuseum on June 15, 2015

Ayala Museum and The Japan Foundation, Manila present The Japan Foundation Traveling Exhibition Beautiful Handicrafts of Tohoku, Japan Ceramics | Lacquerware | Textiles | Baskets | Metalwork | Wood crafts June 16 – July 26, 2015 Ground Floor Gallery The Japan Foundation, Manila (JFM), in partnership with Ayala Museum and with support from JT International (Philippines) […]

Cesar Legaspi: The Brave Modern

Posted by ayalamuseum on December 2, 2014

Ayala Museum opens December with a new major exhibition featuring the works of a Philippine master of Cubism and National Artist in the Visual Arts for Painting, Cesar Legaspi, under its program Images of Nation. Cesar Legaspi: The Brave Modern includes the artist’s works from the pre-war period, which show lessons in Cubism; to the […]

Earth Manual Project

Posted by ayalamuseum on November 6, 2014

The Japan Foundation, Manila, in partnership with Ayala Museum, is proud to present the traveling exhibition Earth Manual Project on the third floor gallery of Ayala Museum from November 8 to December 7, 2014. An initiative of KIITO (Design and Creative Center Kobe), Earth Manual Project encourages a country of frequent natural disasters, such as […]

Jana Benitez: Life Force

Posted by ayalamuseum on July 14, 2014

New Frontiers is an exhibition program of Ayala Museum that provides the space and opportunity for the concept, production, and documentation of fresh and innovative issues and developments in Philippine contemporary work and provides a venue for its discourse and dialogue. The work featured and manner of presentation offer alternative perspectives to expand the museum […]

Biyaya ng Lupa: Amorsolo’s Landscapes of Abundance

Posted by ayalamuseum on April 3, 2014

Fernando Amorsolo reached his creative peak as a painter during the American colonial period. This was a time of prosperity and abundance in the Philippine countryside, resulting from the country’s blooming export trade to the American market. By 1935, America was importing 83 percent of agricultural exports from the Philippines. Rice (palay) was the country’s […]