Philippines

50 Years of Korean printmaking in Manila

50 Years of Korean printmaking in Manila

The exhibit introduces the history of Korean printmaking tradition and is part of the ongoing 2013 Korea Festival in ASEAN.  Read More

[Paris] Largest exhibition of indigenous Filipino art

[Paris] Largest exhibition of indigenous Filipino art

“The Philippines: Archipelago of Exchange” at the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris is staging the largest exhibition of indigenous Filipino art ever seen in Europe.  Read More

Last Days! Exhibition of Portraits by Fernando Amorsolo

Last Days! Exhibition of Portraits by Fernando Amorsolo

Fernando C. Amorsolo (1892-1972) was a famous artist who dominated the Philippines art scene for four decades, known for his mastery in the use of light.  Read More

Patrick D. Flores

Patrick D. Flores

Professor of Art Studies at the Department of Art Studies at the University of the Philippines and Curator of the Vargas Museum, Manila.   Read More

Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Philippines

Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Philippines

The Metropolitan Museum of Manila is the first Philippine art institution to offer a bilingual, didactic program. It believes in the use of art as a tool in the teaching of excellence, cultural values, and social responsibility.  Read More

National Museum of the Philippines

National Museum of the Philippines

The National Museum of the Philippines, Manila, is envisioned as the premier institution and repository of the best of the natural and cultural heritage of the Philippines. It has three main goals covering the diverse fields of knowledge through various educational, scientific and cultural..  Read More

Ayala Museum, Philippines

Ayala Museum, Philippines

The Ayala Museum, Makati City, Manila, was envisioned in the 1950s by the late artist, Fernando Zobel de Ayala y Montojo, it became a reality as a project of the Ayala Foundation in 1967.   Read More

Self and Other: Portraits from Asia and Europe

Self and Other: Portraits from Asia and Europe

This travelling exhibition is about how people in Asian and European countries have visualised themselves and each other from earliest times up to the present. Its purpose is to promote better mutual understanding among peoples by exposing stereotypes which Asians and Europeans have had and still have about each other and about themselves. The challenge […]  Read More

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