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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. […]

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 […]

Ang Kiukok: The Golden Years (1954 – 2004)

Posted by ayalamuseum on March 2, 2016

  Ayala Museum presents IMAGES OF NATION Ang Kiukok: The Golden Years (1954-2004) Andrew Ang, guest curator 2 March – 26 June, 2016 Ayala Museum Ground Floor Galleries Ayala Museum presents fifty (50) works by National Artist Ang Kiukok, including paintings, ceramic vases and plates in the exhibition Ang Kiukok: The Golden Years (1954-2004). The […]

The World We Live In: Through the Lens of Contemporary Photography

Posted by ayalamuseum on January 26, 2016

The World We Live In: Through the Lens of Contemporary Photography DATES: February 17 to March 23, 2016 (Tuesday to Sunday, 9 am to 6 pm)VENUE: Ayala Museum, Makati Avenue, De La Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Metro Manila, PhilippinesPRESS PREVIEW: Tuesday, February 16, 3 pmCOCKTAIL RECEPTION: Tuesday, February 16, 6:30 pmCONTACT: Esther Bland, +852 2581 9678 / press@sundaramtagore.com Sundaram Tagore Gallery and Collective […]

A Taste of Gutai: Lito and Kim Camacho Collection

Posted by ayalamuseum on January 26, 2016

Ayala Museum presents A Taste of Gutai Lito and Kim Camacho Collection Held in partnership with Mitsubishi Corporation with special participation of The Japan Foundation, Manila Sony Philippines Exhibition Duration:   February 5 – April 10, 2016 Exhibition Location:    Ground Floor Gallery Featured artists: Jiro Yoshihara | Kazuo Shiraga | Yuko Nasaka | Shozo Shimamoto | Yasuo Sumi | Senkichiro Nasaka | Akira Kanayama | Atsuko Tanaka | Sadaharu […]

Ronald Ventura: Big and Small

Posted by ayalamuseum on May 21, 2015

Ayala Museum welcomes the summer season with a new exhibition entitled Ronald Ventura: Big and Small, Joel Mendez, MD Collection, featuring early works by the region’s most sought-after contemporary artist today. Considered by many to be the most exciting artist to emerge from the Philippines in the beginning of the 21st century—a view intensified after […]

Sabor a Ming: Eduardo Olbés

Posted by ayalamuseum on January 21, 2015

Ayala Museum, in collaboration with Silverlens Galleries, opens 2015 with Sabor A Ming: Eduardo Olbés Ming design series, an exhibition featuring sculptural works of the Mexico-based artist and furniture designer. The series was “inspired in homage to a lifelong admiration of a particular period of excellence in Chinese cultural history,” says Eduardo Olbés (born in […]

Graven Images: 1964 – 2014, Pandy Aviado Fifty Years of Printmaking

Posted by ayalamuseum on November 23, 2014

Ayala Museum, in partnership with Avellana Art Gallery and Crucible Gallery, presents the exhibition Graven Images: 1964 -2014, Pandy Aviado, 50 Years of Printmaking, which opens on November 25, 2014 at its Ground Floor Gallery. This exhibition features a broad array of graphic images from an artistic output in a span of fifty years. Included […]

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 […]

Ai Weiwei: Baby Formula

Posted by ayalamuseum on February 7, 2014

Ayala Museum, in partnership with Galerie Michael Janssen in Singapore, presents the installation ‘Baby Formula’ by the controversial Chinese artist Ai Weiwei on its Third Floor Multi-purpose Hall from February 19 to March 16, 2014. Known for his politically charged art installations and vocal criticisms against the Chinese government, Ai Weiwei produced Baby Formula as […]