Tiamson Art Gallery in Angono

Tiamson Art Gallery Santo Nino Angono Rizal Display Collection Artwork Location Address Hours Contact Manager 203 Dona Nieves Street Barangay Telephone Paintings History Layout Map Schedule Exhibit The Tiamson Art Gallery is located in Santo Nino, Angono, in Rizal Province. The art gallery houses the various artworks of painter, musician and transmedia artist Orville DR Tiamson. His style ranges from the conventional to the new age and he has experimented in various artistic presentations, including drawings on paper, oil, acrylic, paintings on canvas, mixed media collages and constructions, installations, performances, music and sound works. The Tiamson Art Gallery is located at 203 Dona Nieves Street, in Barangay Santo Nino, Angono, Rizal. Their telephone contact number is (632) 651-0066. Continue reading

Galleria Nicolas in Makati

Galleria Nicolas Makati City Manila Art Collection Display Space Glorietta Ayala Center Display Gallery Layout Map Walls Panels Arrangement Scultures Paintings Works Manager Telephone Contact Location Galleria Nicolas is located in Makati City, Manila. This art gallery takes you into a world of elegance and discovery as you enter their white washed walls and welcomed by the breathtaking paintings on panels, thoughtfully arranged for your viewing pleasure. Galleria Nicolas offers an escape from the busy streets of Makati to a quiet and relaxed ambience, as it is envisioned to be home of modern art in its simple and cozy nook in the Art Space.  Located at the prestigious 3rd floor of Glorietta 4 Mall amidst elegant signature boutiques and exclusive shops in Makati City, Galleria Nicolas is dedicated to promoting the best of Philippine Art, with a wide collection of works done by some of the most sought-after painters and sculptors in the country such as Juvenal Sanso, Federico Aguilar Alcuaz, Dominic Rubio, Continue reading

Finale Art File in Makati

Finale Art File Art Gallery ManilaEstablished in the early ‘80s, Finale Art File is considered as a premier gallery institution in the Philippines, having showcased hundreds of exhibits by some of the most talented names in contemporary visual arts. It has successfully balanced the demands of a commercial establishment and an artistic venue, occasionally featuring experimental works that push artistic boundaries and challenge audience expectation. For over two decades, Finale conducted its shows in the twin galleries at SM Megamall and LaO Center in Makati City . In November 2008, Finale moved to its new home located at Warehouse 17, La Fuerza Compound (Gate 1), 2241 Pasong Tamo, Makati City Continue reading

Galleria Duemila in Manila

Galleria Duemila Art Gallery PasayGalleria Duemila was established in 1975 by Italian-born Silvana Ancellotti-Diaz. Today it is the longest running commercial gallery in the Philippines and maintains a strong international profile. With the vision to expose Filipino artists locally and within the ASEAN region, Galleria Duemila specializes in contemporary paintings, sculptures, works on paper and installations, as well as rare secondary-market stock by modern Filipino masters. It handles rare works by modern masters of the early 20th century, including Fernando Amorsolo, Fernando Zobel, H.R. Ocampo, Vicente Manansala, Jose Joya and Cesar Legaspi and showcases local and foreign artists from Continue reading

Artinformal in Manila

Artinformal Gallery Mandaluyong ManilaArtinformal was established in 2004 by a clique of contemporary Filipino artists as an initiative to bring art and its practice closer to the community through programs of exhibitions and art education. Its attendant gallery space, established two years later, promotes and features a broad range of art forms to the public – from sculpture, painting, pottery, installation, multi- media, performances – all under the rubric of creative exchange and encounters. The Big Room, a 30 square meter space adjacent to the main gallery was opened in 2012 to allow for two simultaneous solo exhibitions. Continue reading

Green Papaya Art Projects Manila

Green Papaya Art Projects ManilaGreen Papaya Art Projects is an independent initiative that supports and organizes actions and propositions that explore tactical approaches to the production, dissemination, research, and presentation of contemporary art practice in varied artistic and scholarly fields. It endeavors to provide a platform for intellectual exchange, sharing of information, critical dialogue, and creative and practical collaboration among the arts community. Founded in 2000, Green Papaya is the longest-running independently run, creative, multidisciplinary platform in the Philippines. Continue reading

Light and Space Contemporary at The Fort

Light & Space Contemporary Art GalleryLight and Space Contemporary was founded in 2010 by brothers Jason Tecson and Joseph Tecson whose family generously committed their former warehouses and offices in Quezon City, Philippines for the establishment of an art gallery. Its principal focus is the representation of young and contemporary artists whose diverse practices include painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, and photography. While it began as an artist-run initiative through the help of artists, Pow Martinez, Jeona Zoleta, and Jigger Cruz, it included in its objectives to strive for the future of art by discovering new talent and to further artists’ careers by supporting the production, presentation and sale of their work. Continue reading

The Drawing Room in Makati

Drawing Room Art Gallery ManilaThe Drawing Room is a contemporary art gallery in Makati City. It features artists from the Philippines whose respective practices investigate the complementary and often merging position between their oeuvre and lifestyles. The gallery exists in a dynamic and in-depth platform with its artists, presented in The Drawing Room’s support in interdisciplinary artistic processes. The artists maintain a priority towards specific cosmopolitan and urban thinking, as well as personal synchronicisms between histories we inherit and histories we are shaping. The Drawing Room’s stable of artists rarely documents. Their research-based and experientially-grounded methods represent the Philippines in Continue reading