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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 […]

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 […]

BenCab Portraits

Posted by ayalamuseum on November 27, 2015

Ayala Museum celebrates National Artist Benedicto “BenCab” Cabrera’s five decades of artistry and contributions to Philippine art through an exhibition BenCab Portraits running from November 28, 2015 to January 24, 2016 at the museum’s Ground Floor Gallery. The exhibition features over a hundred portraits, many publicly exhibited for the first time, which will be complemented […]

From Citadel to City

Posted by ayalamuseum on May 22, 2015

Ayala Museum presents From Citadel to City Juan Luna paintings and 19th-century prints from the BPI Collection Opens May 26, 2015 Third Floor Galleries The exhibition features a selection from the collection of the Bank of the Philippine Islands on long-term loan to the Ayala Museum. The display of Juan Luna paintings and 19th-century prints […]

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 […]

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 […]

Triumph of Philippine Art Homecoming

Posted by ayalamuseum on July 18, 2014

After exhibiting the works of today’s renowned Filipino visual artists at two university museums in the USA, the show Triumph of Philippine Art will hold its homecoming at the Ayala Museum this July. Triumph first opened at the George Segal Gallery of Montclair State University in New Jersey on September 21, 2013. Curated by the […]

In City and Country: Elmer Borlongan 1992-2012

Posted by ayalamuseum on February 4, 2014

The paintings of Elmer Borlongan representing two decades of his art will be exhibited in the upcoming Ayala Museum show, In City and Country: Elmer Borlongan, 1992-2012 from February 18 to April 6, 2014. Presented in partnership with HSBC Premier, In City and Country reviews Borlongan’s body of work, mainly visual expressions of marginalized people […]