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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 […]

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 […]

Journey into Space: The Visual Odyssey of Fernando Zobel

Posted by ayalamuseum on June 20, 2014

Ayala Museum will present a major exhibition Journey into Space: The Visual Odyssey of Fernando Zobel, at its Third Floor Galleries. To span from the artist’s early output in the 1950s until his last years in the early 1980s, paintings, drawings, prints and photographs from the Ayala Museum collection and several private collectors will show […]

Constancio Bernardo 1913-2013

Posted by ayalamuseum on February 4, 2014

November 28, 2013 – March 2, 2014 A retrospective exhibition of the work of Constancio Bernardo (1913-2003) marks the artist’s centennial at Ayala Museum, celebrating the artist’s life and work as well as revisiting a critical gap in the history of Philippine abstraction, heretofore unaddressed with either depth or breadth. Comprising a total of around […]

Fernando Zobel

Posted by ayalamuseum on February 4, 2014

CURRENTLY ON DISPLAY: FERNANDO ZOBEL IN THE 1960s. In his mid-thirties, Fernando Zobel decided to retire from the family business to live in Spain and pursue the life of a fulltime artist. His work had evolved into pure non-objectivism with the introduction of the Saeta series. This shift in Zobel’s artistic style, which transpired in […]