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Celebrate the best in
Philippine contemporary art
for 10 days with our
partners all around the city.

Public Art

G.A. FALLARME, HENK-GERT LENTEN, and GEDROCKS ROLDAN

Birth of Venus
Video Projection
2019
 
Sponsored by the Peninsula Manila and Panasonic Philippines
 

Projection time: 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm, February 15 to 24, 2019

The world famous Birth of Venus, a painting by Sandro Botticelli, belongs to the collection of the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. It depicts the goddess Venus arriving at the shore after her birth, when she had emerged from the sea fully-grown. The beautiful work by one of the great names of the Renaissance has been reimagined numerous times. It continues to mesmerize to this day, providing inspiration for many artists through the ages.

The sizable shells on the fountain of the Manila Peninsula spurred the idea for this incarnation, an animated video projection that will enliven one of Makati City’s busiest crossroads.

About the artists:
Production and Technical Direction:
G.A. Fallarme, (b. 1980) is a Manila-based projection designer with a diverse body of work, ranging from theatrical productions and concerts to advertising and corporate events. His work has been featured throughout Asia, Australia, the UK, and the United States. In the past year, he has worked with the Cultural Center of the Philippines, the Manila Biennale, Bellas Artes Projects, and on the musical Ang Huling El Bimbo.

Concept and Art Direction:
Henk-Gert Lenten, (b. 1956), is a Dutch national who lives in Manila. His passion for light art and video mapping will soon come to fruition via the Bakunawa Light Art Festival, set to launch in December 2019, for which he is one of the main initiators.

Motion Design:
Gedrick Roldan (b, May 1986) is a freelance 3D motion designer from the Philippines. He has had the pleasure of working with varied clients: local design studios as well as global names like Netflix Taiwan, Nike Shanghai, Basketball Tv, and Myx music channel.

G.A. FALLARME, HENK-GERT LENTEN, and GEDROCKS ROLDAN

Birth of Venus
Video Projection
2019
 
Sponsored by the Peninsula Manila and Panasonic Philippines
 

Greenbelt Park

OLIVIA D’ABOVILLE and NEAL OSHIMA

Plastics in our Ocean
Mixed Media Installation
2018
 

Plastics have permeated every niche of the world’s oceans, from the most remote beaches to the deepest abysses and canyons. In the Pacific Ocean there is a mass of plastics, The Gyre, that is larger than the state of Texas and growing by the day. And this just one of several gyres in the world. Traces of the chemical components of plastics have been found in nearly all the marine flora and fauna that have been tested. Some environmental scientists feel that plastics pose the gravest single threat to the world’s marine ecosystems---even more immediate than climate change!

Located in two locations in close proximity to Art Fair Philippines, these collaborative, immersive, interactive, and kinetic environments allow fair visitors and viewers to experience this environmental Armageddon directly. By doing so, the artists hope this will help create a dialogue for possible solutions and courses of action.

About the artists:
Olivia D’Aboville (b. 1986) is a French-Filipino artist who graduated with honors from Duperré, a prestigious textile design school in Paris. She had her first solo exhibit in 2010 and has been nominated and shortlisted for the Ateneo Art Awards in 2011. She specializes in tapestry and textile structures and has adapted this technique to create her own woven forms and sculpture. She grew up in Puerto Galera, Mindoro, and has made the proliferation of plastics a focus of much of her work.

Neal Oshima (b. 1951) is an Asian-American photographer whose body of work encompasses advertising, editorial, and documentary photography. He has won several international awards for his advertising and fine art work. His pieces belong to
major corporate and private collections in Europe, Asia, and the United States. He has published several books and continues to experiment with alternative printing processes. A long-time resident of the Philippines, he has documented dozens of coastal communities and their environments.

Greenbelt Park

OLIVIA D’ABOVILLE and NEAL OSHIMA

Plastics in our Ocean
Mixed Media Installation
2018
 

Landmark Bridgeway to The Link

OLIVIA D’ABOVILLE and NEAL OSHIMA

Plastics in our Ocean
Mixed Media Installation
2018
 

Plastics have permeated every niche of the world’s oceans, from the most remote beaches to the deepest abysses and canyons. In the Pacific Ocean there is a mass of plastics, The Gyre, that is larger than the state of Texas and growing by the day. And this just one of several gyres in the world. Traces of the chemical components of plastics have been found in nearly all the marine flora and fauna that have been tested. Some environmental scientists feel that plastics pose the gravest single threat to the world’s marine ecosystems---even more immediate than climate change!

Located in two locations in close proximity to Art Fair Philippines, these collaborative, immersive, interactive, and kinetic environments allow fair visitors and viewers to experience this environmental Armageddon directly. By doing so, the artists hope this will help create a dialogue for possible solutions and courses of action.

About the artists:
Olivia D’Aboville (b. 1986) is a French-Filipino artist who graduated with honors from Duperré, a prestigious textile design school in Paris. She had her first solo exhibit in 2010 and has been nominated and shortlisted for the Ateneo Art Awards in 2011. She specializes in tapestry and textile structures and has adapted this technique to create her own woven forms and sculpture. She grew up in Puerto Galera, Mindoro, and has made the proliferation of plastics a focus of much of her work.

Neal Oshima (b. 1951) is an Asian-American photographer whose body of work encompasses advertising, editorial, and documentary photography. He has won several international awards for his advertising and fine art work. His pieces belong to
major corporate and private collections in Europe, Asia, and the United States. He has published several books and continues to experiment with alternative printing processes. A long-time resident of the Philippines, he has documented dozens of coastal communities and their environments.

Landmark Bridgeway to The Link

OLIVIA D’ABOVILLE and NEAL OSHIMA

Plastics in our Ocean
Mixed Media Installation
2018
 

Ayala Tower | Fountain

SHINJI OHMAKI

Gravity and Grace
Stainless Steel and LED Lights
2016
 

Gravity and Grace is about the redefinition of being and a reconnection with consciousness. It is a journey to liberate perception and awaken viewers to feel and think again. The magnificent vase reflects the relationship between humans and nature.

Fabricated from white steel sheets incised with complex patterns, poetic silhouettes form around the space that surround the work once it has been illuminated from within. The contrast between light and shadow, the dichotomy between the actual metal material instead of the usual china, impart a very contemporary expression of the philosophy of Zen.


About the artist:
Shinji Ohmaki (b. 1971) is a Japanese artist who is also an Associate Professor of Sculpture at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. Lauded for his ambitious, multi-sensory work, he actively shows in significant institutions and art events in Asia. He finds that he has a social responsibility to foster human communication, and he does this through public installations that transform exhibitions spaces into his extraordinary world.

Photo credit: www.shinjiohmaki.net

Ayala Tower | Fountain

SHINJI OHMAKI

Gravity and Grace
Stainless Steel and LED Lights
2016
 

Events

Feb

15

Images of Nation: National Artists of the BPI Collection

Makati Avenue corner Dela Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Ayala Center, Makati, Metro Manila

at Ayala Museum February 12 - May 19

Makati Avenue corner Dela Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Ayala Center, Makati, Metro Manila

Images of Nation: National Artists of the BPI Collection

BPI Foundation and Ayala Museum celebrate Filipino artistry this National Arts Month with the ‘Images of Nation: National Artists of the BPI Collection’ exhibit, which showcases all-National Artist pieces from the Bank of the Philippine Islands’ private art collection. 14 of the 17 national artists are featured in the 45-pieced exhibit. The list includes Fernando Amorsolo, Carlos “Botong” Francisco, Napoleon Abueva, Victorio Edades, Vicente Manansala, Cesar Legaspi, Hernando Ocampo, Arturo Luz, J. Elizalde Navarro, Ang Kiukok, Jose Joya, Benedicto “BenCab” Cabrera, Abdulmari Asia Imao, and Federico Aguilar.

Feb

15

The Print Folio: Selections from the AAG Collection

at Ateneo Art Gallery, Arts Wing, Areté,

The Print Folio: Selections from the AAG Collection

Aug 7, 2018 - Mar 10, 2019 | Wilson L Sy Prints and Drawings Gallery, Ateneo Art Gallery, Arts Wing, Areté, Ateneo de Manila University The Print Folio: Selections from the AAG Collection is extended until March ! Watch out as the museum rotates recent acquisitions in the collection. Other featured folios include works by Varujan Boghosian, Rod. Paras-Perez, Arturo Luz, the Contemporary Asian Prints produced by the Fukuoka Art Museum in 1989 and prints from Art in the Park 2016. The Print Folio: Selections from the AAG Collection is extended until 10 March 2019 at the Wilson L Sy Prints and Drawings Gallery. Featured image: Varujan Boghosian, Orpheus in the River, 1951, Woodcut on hemp paper 6/75

Feb

15

Gendered Bodies in Southeast Asia at MET

Ground Floor Galleries, BSP Complex, Roxas Blvd, Malate, Manila

Ground Floor Galleries, BSP Complex, Roxas Blvd, Malate, Manila

Gendered Bodies in Southeast Asia at MET

Metropolitan Museum of Manila Jan 26 - Mar 9

Feb

15

Sa Dagat at Bundok: Wynn-Wynn Ong at MET

Sa Dagat at Bundok: Wynn-Wynn Ong at MET

Metropolitan Museum of Manila Nov 10, 2018 - Mar 2, 2019

Feb

15

Fashion Revolution: The Future of Textiles at MET

Fashion Revolution: The Future of Textiles at MET

Metropolitan Museum of Manila Jan 29 - April 30 | Ground Floor Galleries, BSP Complex, Roxas Blvd, Malate, Manila

Feb

16

Midnight Milk at Dulo MNL

9 PM

Dulo MNL, P.Guanzon St. Brgy. Poblacion, Makati

Featuring Cali Island, Dayaw and Tarantella

Dulo MNL, P.Guanzon St. Brgy. Poblacion, Makati

Midnight Milk at Dulo MNL

Come and join us as we welcome musicians from different regions of the Philippines to share the stage with usual suspects of Manila's music scene.

Feb

16

+63 | +62 at Silverlens

Leslie De Chavez, Geraldine Javier, Agus Suwage and Melati Suryodarmo

+63 | +62 at Silverlens

by Leslie De Chavez, Geraldine Javier, Agus Suwage and Melati Suryodarmo Silverlens Galleries Feb 16 - Mar 16 | 2263 Don Chino Roces Avenue Extension, Makati City

Feb

16

D Y L KTO at Art Verite Gallery

D Y L KTO at Art Verite Gallery

Art Verite Gallery Feb 16 - 28 | 2F Shops at Serendra, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City

Feb

17

Kwentong Kutsero by Ged Merino

The Drawing Room

The Drawing Room

The Drawing Room

Kwentong Kutsero by Ged Merino

The Drawing Room Feb 17 - Apr 17 | Museo de Intramuros

Feb

17

Intramuros Project: Boat Recollections by Diokno Pasilan

The Drawing Room

Intramuros Project: Boat Recollections by Diokno Pasilan

Feb 17 - Apr 17 | Museo de Intramuros

Feb

18

The Ministry of Contemporary Art

6PM

Giorgio Guglielmino, AKA Italian Ambassador to the Philippines on Art

Location: Manila House Private Members Club
Guest: P500
Manila House Private Club Member: Free

The Ministry of Contemporary Art

The diplomat is also a writer. The author of several books on art, the latest being This is Now - A Geographical Guide to Cutting-Edge Contemporary Art (2013) talks about his abiding interest in contemporary art and how his diplomatic career has helped to cultivate this passion.

Giorgio Guglielmino, AKA Italian Ambassador to the Philippines on Art

Location: Manila House Private Members Club
Guest: P500
Manila House Provate Club Member: Free
Art Fair Philippines VIP Cardholder: Free

Feb

20

A Mini Exhibit and Pop-up by Luis Lopa

5 - 10PM

Don Carlos Palanca Street Legaspi Village, Makati

February 20 5 - 10PM

Don Carlos Palanca Street Legaspi Village, Makati

A Mini Exhibit and Pop-up by Luis Lopa

A Mini Exhibit and Pop-up by Luis Lopa

Feb

21

Gold in Our Veins: Mark Lewis Lim Higgins

at Ayala Museum

Gold in Our Veins: Mark Lewis Lim Higgins

An exhibition of portraits from the renowned artist and educator, Mark Higgins, inspired by the ancient myths and histories of Indochina, the East Indies, the Malay Peninsula, and the Philippine Archipelago.

Feb

22

A Conversation on Art Conservation

Paranaque Room A, Makati Shangri-La

Malayan Insurance

Paranaque Room A, Makati Shangri-La

A Conversation on Art Conservation

The event will be held on Friday, 22 February 2019, 4:00 PM at the Paranaque Room A of the Makati Shangri-La, Manila. The lecture will be presented by MR. RICKY FRANCISCO -- an independent museum, gallery, and conservation consultant in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Singapore. His current long-term consultancies include the Lopez Museum and Library, where he is the Curator; and Fundacion Sanso, where he is the Acting Director. Mr. Francisco will talk about the principles of preventive conservation, and give practical tips in taking care of paintings on canvas, as well as works on paper. Questions regarding conservation and restoration will also be entertained for those who want to know who are current practitioners in Manila.

Feb

22

Gender Reveal Party

20:20 Bar, Makati

Vernissage After Party featuring Don Papa Rum

20:20 Bar, Makati

Gender Reveal Party

Feb

22

10 Days of Art x Pappy

G05 Grand Midori Building 160 Legazpi St. Legazpi Village Makati

G05 Grand Midori Building 160 Legazpi St. Legazpi Village Makati

10 Days of Art x Pappy

Fasten your seatbelts! Come and swing by Pappy on February 22 and support our 10 Days of Art Event! Catch DJ sets from: Miguel Santiago Tomas Cabili Abdel Aziz You can purchase your Art Fair tickets here to avail special discounts for the evening and other 10 Days of Art events. All ticket holders, get a free Lychee Martini with Gin from Crows Craft Brewing & Distilling Co. and 10% off all Pappy signature drinks on the 22nd. To reserve a table: Pappy (02) 852 0318 And be sure to check out the exhibits and murals scattered around town. February 22, 2019 Pappy Bar and Bistro See you there! Remember: NO DRUGS, NO PROBLEMS.

Feb

23

Ming Wong: Your Special Island

6PM

Tanghalang Huseng Batute (CCP Studio Theatre)

Presented by Cultural Center of the Philippines and Bellas Artes Projects. Free and open the public.

Tanghalang Huseng Batute (CCP Studio Theatre)

Ming Wong: Your Special Island

Feb

23

Ouverture at Altro Mondo Arte Contemporanea

Ouverture at Altro Mondo Arte Contemporanea

Feb 23 - Mar 16 | Altro Mondo Creative Space, 1159 Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City

Feb

23

Blur Queen (Believes Again) or, A Cut Below the Open Sea book launch

Silverlens Gallery Booth 31, Level 6, The Link

Blur Queen (Believes Again) or, A Cut Below the Open Sea book launch

From 1 to 2:30pm, 23 February 2019, Gary-Ross Pastrana will be at the Silverlens Galleries booth to sign books

Feb

23

Calle Wright birthday party and book launch

4 - 6pm

Calle Wright, 1890 Vasquez St., Malate, Manila

Calle Wright, 1890 Vasquez St., Malate, Manila

Calle Wright birthday party and book launch

Calle Wright turns 1!: Blur Queen (Believes Again) or, A Cut Below the Open Sea book launch

Feb

24

Artful Living: An Introduction to Understanding and Collecting Art

3 PM

by Ricky Francisco, Acting Director of the Sanso Museum Presented by Ayala Land Premiere

Artful Living: An Introduction to Understanding and Collecting Art

"Artful Living: An Introduction to Understanding and Collecting Art" The talk will focus on a discussion on the artistic process, in this case, of Juvenal Sanso, to understand how art helps people transcend their limitations, and magnify their experience. Through developing an appreciation for the art of one man, it is hoped that they can be more sensitive to the art of other artists. Through integrating art in their homes, they could invest not just in the quality of their home life, but at the same time, in a sound financial instrument (like when they get units from Ayala Land Premier.)

Gallery &
Museum Exhibitions

Bullish at Tin-aw Art Gallery

Feb 9 - Mar 2

Bullish at Tin-aw Art Gallery

Feb 9 - Mar 2, 2019

Monumental Works at Galleria Duemila

Jan 15 - Feb 28

Monumental Works at Galleria Duemila

Jan 15 - Feb 28, 2019

by Vermont Coronel Jr. and Trek Valdizno

FLUIDO at Artinformal

Jan 31 - Feb 28

FLUIDO at Artinformal

Jan 31 - Feb 28, 2019

Curated by Barbara Fragogna and Lui Medina Exhibiting Artists: Barbara Fragogna, Renzo Marasca, Sebastiano Mortellaro, Davies Zambotti, Dharma Bum, Lui Medina, Christina Quisumbing Ramilo, Paulo Vinluan

The Iconic Chair Reimagined at Vinyl on Vinyl Gallery

Feb 2

The Iconic Chair Reimagined at Vinyl on Vinyl Gallery

Feb 2

Curated by: Ricky Francisco Artists: Reen Barrera, MM Yu, Martin Honasan, Lynyrd Paras, Alvin Villaruel, Everywhere We Shoot, Van Tuico Kobusher, Dr. Karayom, Wyndelle Remonde, Wipo Buboy Cañafranca, Ciane Xavier, Mariano Ching, Jigger Cruz, Luis Santos, Jeffrey Jay, Jarin Chalk, Zaldivar Garapata

JUXTA:POSITION: The Aesthetics of Reduction at 1335Mabini

Feb 17 - Mar 2

JUXTA:POSITION: The Aesthetics of Reduction at 1335Mabini

Feb 17 - Mar 2, 2019

HOPE TRAGEDY SALVATION at Art Underground

Feb 23 - Mar 16

HOPE TRAGEDY SALVATION at Art Underground

Feb 23 - Mar 16, 2019

by Erikson Arcilla

Years of Dust will Build a Mountain / Costantino Zicarelli

Feb 16

Years of Dust will Build a Mountain / Costantino Zicarelli

Feb 16 - Mar 16

[gasping] Behold! And I looked—a pale horse! (Never mind. I was just dreaming.) [heavy breathing] [exhales sharply] The desire to consume these forests is limitless. Covering the land, these giant soil mysteries, these distant but familiar mounds that give me comfort—warm embrace—feelings that for a long time were ignored. I’m looking around this eyesore of a studio. These old habits, old rituals. Everything is old but transformed, brutally: old wood, faded by time, wears a second skin. Twenty Eleven. An early afternoon, the sun’s rays stinging my back: I wasn’t pleased. But I was persistent, motivated by an idea creeping in the back of my head. In the small, intimate garden in front of my house, the soil grew character, perhaps from years of neglect by the savage beasts that roam over it. I used my hands like a shovel and unearthed as much as I could. Then I poured the white soul, to capture the impression left by my force. And from that mold the ground gifted me with a ghost-like figure—behold! The whitest mountain at my fingertips. I was pleased. These days time is not what it used to be. Seasons, moments, passed. Old Habits and Old Rituals are reappearing, but this time they are manageable. I’m getting older, but i don’t mind. I try to know, to truly know, everything I see. I try to inhale the scale of this land. This once glorious white mountain faded back into the blackest soil, ash that shape-shifts into the infinite. “We gaze continually at the world and it grows dull in our perceptions. Yet seen from another's vantage point, as if new, it may still take the breath away.” ―Alan Moore These mountains, when I travel through them, in turn consume me. feb 6, 2019 1:49am

100 Still Life Paintings 1947-2019: A Retrospective

Feb 15 - Mar 8

100 Still Life Paintings 1947-2019: A Retrospective

Feb 15 - Mar 8

by Alfredo Roces Cocktails on February 15, 2019 at 6PM Tall Gallery, Finale Art File

Split Second by Muchi Lao at Finale Art File

Feb 15 - Mar 8

Split Second by Muchi Lao at Finale Art File

Feb 15 - Mar 8

Upstairs Gallery, Finale Art File

Thorns by Jessica Lopez at District Gallery

Feb 16 - Mar 10

Thorns by Jessica Lopez at District Gallery

Feb 16 - Mar 10

Thorns, symbol of hurt, pain and sacrifices where human beings bound to endure and survive. Such thorns gave life the paradox of happiness and love. It is on these thorns where the son of God. Jesus Christ saves the humanity from death and eternal sacrifice. Thorns that made these Obra came to its artful existence to touch the senses and hearts to fathom the meaning of life and existence. Text by: Thomas Papa Opening Reception: February 16, Saturday, 6pm

Graphite by Kobusher at District Gallery

Feb 16 - Mar 10

Graphite by Kobusher at District Gallery

Feb 16 - Mar 10

Opening Reception: February 16, Saturday | 6pm Viewing Schedule: Wednesday to Sunday 2pm - 7pm | And by appointment Mobile/Viber: +639175373436 (Globe) +649985950296 (Smart)

Jayson Oliveria: Solo Exhibit at Artery Art Space

Feb 16 - Mar 9

Jayson Oliveria: Solo Exhibit at Artery Art Space

Feb 16 - Mar 9

It's All a Pigment of Your Delusion by Jayson Oliveria Artery Art Space proudly presents “"It's All a Pigment of Your Delusion", a painting exhibit by Jayson Oliveria featuring works that poke fun at conventional taste and the perceived candor of images, combining the caricature of familiarity with unsuspecting truisms – that there is something about the joke that needs to be said, only to befall a comedy of errors, the inspiration of genius, the masterpiece of the mad. Oliveria provides us a series of visual punchlines using a collage method that bring neologisms of interpretation and pleasure, marveling at the vigor of his style of expression, and the shock of artistic naiveté. Jayson Oliveria graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of the Philippines, and is a recipient of the CCP Thirteen Artists Award in 2006. He is also one of the first recipients of the annual Ateneo Art Awards, being nominated twice, in 2004 and 2005. Oliveria has shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions in the Philippines and in South East Asia, in the U.S. and in Europe.

Tanghalang Pilipino’s Coriolano at CCP

Feb 22 - Mar 17

Tanghalang Pilipino’s Coriolano at CCP

Feb 22 - Mar 17

CCP Little Theater Feb 22 - Mar 17 8PM (Friday) 3PM - 8PM (Saturday) 3PM (Sunday)

Investigatory Projects at MO_Space

Feb 16 - Mar 17

Investigatory Projects at MO_Space

Feb 16 - Mar 17

by Gale Encarnacion, Kitty Kaburo, and Nicole Tee Main Gallery, MO_Space

Wail from the Back Door at Finale Art File

Feb 15 - Mar 8

Wail from the Back Door at Finale Art File

Feb 15 - Mar 8

by Lynyrd Paras

Pfunk at Artery Art Space

Feb 16 - Mar 9

Pfunk at Artery Art Space

Feb 16 - Mar 9

Bjorn Calleja, Mike Crisostomo, Carlo Ricafort, Albert Sy, Art Tavera An exhibit that explores painting at the crossroads of artistic attitude and style, accounting strange visual statements marked with a nasty painterly sneer reminiscent of the high strung punch we get from punk, moshing in the groovy combo of abstraction and representation that unleash a brain popping sensation of colorful hallucinogenic and patterned bliss. . . .

A Series of Suspended Readings: Czar Kristoff

Feb 16 - Mar 12

A Series of Suspended Readings: Czar Kristoff

Feb 16 - Mar 12

The Drawing Room (Contemporary Art)

Memory Until Now: Neil Pasilan

Feb 16 - Mar 12

Memory Until Now: Neil Pasilan

Feb 16 - Mar 12

The Drawing Room (Contemporary Art)

zer0s: Beejay Esber, Don Djerassi Dalmacio, Darrel Ballesteros

zer0s: Beejay Esber, Don Djerassi Dalmacio, Darrel Ballesteros

Jan 17 - Feb 16

West Gallery Extended until Feb 23

Moments of Silence by Veronica Peralejo

Moments of Silence by Veronica Peralejo

Jan 17 - Feb 23

West Gallery Extended until Feb 23

Bautismo by Martin Honasan

Feb 23 – Mar 14

Bautismo by Martin Honasan

Feb 23 – Mar 14

Art Cube Gallery

Attain Complete Emptiness by Raena Abella

Jan 17 - Feb 16

Attain Complete Emptiness by Raena Abella

Jan 17 - Feb 16

West Gallery

Domènec: Not here, not anywhere

Feb 17 - May 26

Domènec: Not here, not anywhere

Feb 17 - May 26

Fredesvinda Almeda Consunji Gallery, Ambeth R Ocampo Gallery, Elizabeth Gokongwei Gallery, & Alicia P Lorenzo Gallery

Practicing Archives: The MET Collection

Practicing Archives: The MET Collection

White Cube Gallery

Religioso/ Espiritual at J Studio

Religioso/ Espiritual at J Studio

school of love by Lani Maestro

Dec 7 - Mar 3

school of love by Lani Maestro

Dec 7 - Mar 3

The Casa Open

Feb 18 - Mar 8

The Casa Open

Feb 18 - Mar 8

at Palacio de Memoria

G A P by Jonathan Viaje Dangue

G A P by Jonathan Viaje Dangue

Feb 23 - Mar 14

Art Cube Gallery

Continuum Manila, MY Manila by Ramon Orlina

Feb 23 - Mar 14

Continuum Manila, MY Manila by Ramon Orlina

Feb 23 - Mar 14

Art Cube Gallery

Artipak (Art+Panitikan): An Exhibition of Book Sculptures

Artipak (Art+Panitikan): An Exhibition of Book Sculptures

Jan 31 - Mar 3

Sven Wilbur Lim

Unabridged Space by Mary Lyn Dioso

Feb 21

Unabridged Space by Mary Lyn Dioso

Feb 21

SRP by Jstranzhur

Feb 21 - Apr 28

SRP by Jstranzhur

Feb 21 - Apr 28

Love It Leave It: A Legacy of Gifts to the Ateneo Art Gallery

Feb 18 - June 16

Love It Leave It: A Legacy of Gifts to the Ateneo Art Gallery

Feb 18 - June 16

Important Philippine Art at Salcedo Auctions

Feb 20

Important Philippine Art at Salcedo Auctions

Feb 20

Asian Cultural Council Art Auction Preview

Asian Cultural Council Art Auction Preview

Feb 20

at Leon Gallery

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Establishments

Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

Free upsize on Pink Guava/Mango/Sunrise Ice Blended drink

Wildflour Café + Bakery

Free pastry/cocktail of choice

Regine’s Salon

Get your hair back in shape in time for Art Fair 2019 at Regine’s Salon!

CIBO

FREE Té Freddo Mela Verde for every purchase of Pizza Spinaci Zola or Spaghettini Tartufata Prosciutto Crudo.

Thai Street

Get 2 shots of our featured drink and get an additional 10% with a minimum single-receipt of Php500.

Sisig Society

Acoustic Night on Feb 15 and Feb 22!

Pablo Bistro

Featured drink: Mango Run Papa

Lusso

Get 10% off on special dishes!

Grace Park

Get 10% off on special dishes!

Dr. Wine

Special menu for AFP Ticket holders!

Bench Cafe

Free Personal Halo-Halo (minimum purchase)

Mesa

Free Turon ala mode (minimum purchase)

Lla Llao

Free Regular Watermelon Granillao (minimum purchase)

Tim Wo Han

Free custard roll (minimum purchase)

Sunnies Cafe

Free mini churros and hot chocolate (minimum purchase)

Pedro

Special cocktails

Krispy Kreme

Get a free 12oz. Signature coffee

Tori Chizu

10% discount on total bill for AFP ticket holders

Alfred at Diamond

10% off on food & beverages at Alfred

Run Rabbit Run

Special offer on cocktail menu

Art Fair Pre-Party

by Tortuga and Don Papa

Signature Cocktail at Element Hotel

by Don Papa Rum

Squash Flower Tempura at CDP Global Table

Holy Smokes

Crispy fish fillet sandwich with sriracha mayo and slaw at 10% off

Garage 2233

A Plastic Ocean Film Showing

Pappy Bar & Bistro

Party on Feb 22 and special drinks!

Bon Chon

10% discount on total bill

Nokal

Robert Indiana inspired special drink

Polilya

20% off

Art & Tipples by Don Papa

4:00 – 9:00 PM
Art Fair Philippines
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