Ang Ilustrador ng Kabataan (Ang INK) is the Philippines’ first and only organization of artists committed to the creation, promotion, and appreciation of illustration for children. It was founded in June 1991, out of a felt need by local illustrators to organize, in belief that a collective effort and organized interaction among colleagues is vital to the professionalization and development of the industry. Its roster of members includes full-time freelance illustrators, graphic designers, painters, writer-illustrators, teachers as well as students in visual arts, and artists working in publishing companies, design-related firms and advertising agencies.
Addresss: 21 Olive St. Dona Petrona Subd. Quezon City
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Person: Jomike Tejido
Contact Number: 09189645321
Founded in 1984 by a quiet archivist with a passion for collecting Philippine art and memorabilia, ARCHIVO 1984 steps away from the idea of a traditional gallery and takes on a distinct personal approach to curation.
ARCHIVO 1984 is an invitation into a private world where art, literature, film memorabilia, OPM and turn of the century records are preserved in seamless coexistence for those with an obsessive predilection for collectibles and beautiful objects.
Address: Pasilio 18, La Fuerza Compound 1, 2241 Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City, Philippines
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.com
Contact Number: 0906 216 2199
Opening Hours: (Currently) By Appointment
Contact Person: Yannah Justiniani
Arnold Art Collection
The Arnold Art Collection is a private collection of limited edition art prints like lithographs by and after the most famous European masters like Dali, Chagall, and Picasso and many others issues in the second half of the 20th century.
Also, engravings made in the 19th Century after famous paintings when photography did not yet exist and graphic artists were actually the illustrators for museums, books, and magazines. The graphic skills of these artists are unmatched today. These old engravings are much appreciated and collectable items in Europe but hardly known in the Philippines.
Address: 2307 Chino Roces Ave., at the back of Intertek Building, Makati.
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: +63 917 507 4791
Opening Hours: 10AM – 7PM (Daily)
Contact Person: Theo Arnold
Art for Space
Art for Space opened its door in 2004 selling various genres of art. In 2010, with the help of Don Salubayba, the gallery shifted its focus to contemporary artworks. It has been in the mainstream of contemporary art ever since.
Address: Ground floor, Expansion Building, Alabang Town Center, 1780 Muntinlupa City.
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Number: 09178503667
Opening Hours: 11am – 7pm
Contact Person: Don Quibilan
Association of Pinoyprintmakers
The Association of PinoyPrintmakers or AP formerly known as PAP ( Philippine Association of Printmakers ) is an organization devoted to the practice of printmaking in the country. It was founded in 1968 by Manuel Rodriguez Sr. and up to this day continues on in support of Filipino printmakers. Partnering with other organizations, the association maintains its drive through many different art projects that engages the public such as exhibitions, workshops, and demonstrations.
Address: Bukaneg Street corner Makabenta Street, CCP Complex Malate Manila.
Email Address: Pinoyprintmakers@gmail.com
Contact Person: Anton Villaruel
Contact Number: 09666345989
Avellana Art Gallery
AVELLANA ART GALLERY – Founded in 1997 by Albert Avellana, the Avellana Art Gallery is an amalgam of contemporary Filipino art. Its collections and exhibits are as varied as the artists on show, such as Florencio B. Concepcion, Pandy Aviado, Allan and Ivi Cosio to young artists like Eugene Jarque, Allain Hablo , Mac Valdezco, Francis Arnaez, and Francesca Balaguer Mercado among many others.
Avellana respects the temperaments and paces of artists instead of caving into highly commercialized art. Because of this, each exhibit at the gallery becomes a relaxed and deeply personal experience, both for the artist and the guest.
Part of the charm of Avellana Art Gallery is its location, and Albert always makes it a point to locate it within historic and beautiful locations, beginning with the fabled San Juan Apartments along Roxas Boulevard in the 1990s, and in an old home in Fresno in the early-2000s. Since 2003, Avellana Art Gallery is nestled in a quiet, tree-lined, residential compound of post-war houses in Pasay City.
Two-dimensional paintings, dynamic sculptures, intriguing installations, functional art pieces, and other works are exhibited throughout the two-storey-home-turned-gallery, as well as in the adjacent new exhibit space. The artwork mixes into and complements the interiors and gardens, and the entire house becomes part of the exhibit, itself
Address: 2680 FB Harrison St., Pasay City
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Number: 09209505759
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm / Mon – Sat
Contact Person: Albert Avellana
Blanc, founded in 2006, consolidated its three galleries into a single location in Quezon City in 2013. The
expanded space has given Filipino artists, both emerging and established, a place to experiment and develop their practice. Paintings, sculptures, sound and video
installations have all found a home at Blanc, which supports contemporary art in all its forms. Over its decade-long history, Blanc has garnered the attention of the art scene through its diverse and critically acclaimed exhibition program; and through its participation in local and international fairs. Prior to the move, Blanc offered residencies and
developed audiences in areas outside of the usual artistic enclaves. A major role player in today’s scene, the gallery continues to contribute to the growth of Philippine contemporary art. Fearless and innovative, Blanc is loyal to artists possessed of both and vision and skill. It is the metaphorical blank canvas from which great art begins.
Address: 145 Katipunan Avenue, St. Ignatius Quezon City
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Number: 8442-5262 / +639209276436
Facebook: Blanc Gallery
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 7:30pm
Contact Person: Jay Amante
Boston Art Gallery
Boston Art Gallery was founded in 1993, whose vision – mission is to be the venue for young Filipino artists to exhibit their artworks. It has started the careers of most of the most brilliant Filipino contemporary painters especially of the Grupong Salingpusa.
Address: Boston Art Gallery 72 Boston St. Cubao, Quezon City
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Number:8722-92-05 / 09175490545
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 10am – 6pm
Contact Person: Rommel V. Pascual
Description of Garapata Hatchery
The Garapata Hatchery has been the incubator for more new personal and experimental works.
Description of Garapata
Garapata is a product of multi-relational characters formed with varying familiarities, fictions, and feelings, inhabiting a magnified realm as its own universe. From these transformed realities, Garapata has been infesting designs and merchandise; in traditional and new media, the streets and online, since 2006.
Contact Person: Dex Fernandez
Contact Number: +63 927 575 7339
District Gallery aims to inspire, engage, excite and connect people through contemporary progressive art. It is a committed to providing a collaborative space and environment for emerging and established artists. It aims to maximize local and global opportunities thru institutional partnerships. The gallery is founded by the ARTIST PLAYGROUND, an arts and performance company.
Gallery Contact Details:
Address: Arts Above, West Venue Bldg., 112 West Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines 1104
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Number: 09175373436
Contact Person: Jesse Lucas
Famous Artists is an artist-led gallery that brings together an eclectic collection of art works by members of diverse experience, perspective and practice. The collection exhibits a wide range of art forms, from sculpture, painting, drawing, photography to textile art. Famous Artist members include Boni Juan, Dindo Llana, Irma Lacorte, Jason Quibilan, Kat Palasi and Nana Buxani.
Kat Palasi: +63 9175285779
Far Eastern University
This gallery features the artworks of students, faculty and alumni from Far Eastern University
Address: Nicanor Reyes Street, Sampaloc, Manila 1008 Metro Manila Philippines
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Contact Number: 02) 87777338 LOC. 250
Contact Person: Ruth O. Del Rosario / Grace Besa / Jerry Macatuno
Galeria de las Islas
Galeria de las Islas or Gallery of the Islands has been exhibiting paintings, sculptures, and other works of art since 1985. It has become noted for its broad range of Philippine genre art from traditional to contemporary. It is a platform not only for well-known Filipino artists but for young and upcoming artists as well to showcase their talent, build personal networks and promote to the international market.
Address: 744 General Luna Street, Intramuros, Manila
Contact: +63 917 891 3752
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening Hours: 10 AM – 7 PM (daily including holidays)
Facebook: Galeria de las Islas
Contact Person: Miguel F. Lane or Christine T. Lane
Galerie Anna is a venue for art exchange that showcases artworks of both Filipino and international artists. Through collective exhibitions and dynamic displays, it undertakes to promote art and aspires to become a repository for valuable and important artworks. Suitably located in The Artwalk, Level 4 of The Megamall Building A along with several other galleries, its interiors exude a sense of elegance that perfectly accompanies guests as they view and appreciate the artworks on show.
Galerie Anna sets forth to promote contemporary art in showcasing the works of artists who are well-established and far renowned in their dedicated practice and in their own developed unique visual idiom. It acts also as a showcase for emerging artists who share the same vision and commitment in bringing forth ideas that will help them secure a strong hold in their own artistic vision.
The gallery is committed toward significant showings of Philippines and Asian Art and discerning fresh artistic ideas from around the world. The gallery believes in art that probes new frontiers, pays homage to individuality and emulates the diverse ideas and values of societies. This can be stimulating and enterprising, especially at this juncture when the plurality of its expression throws new challenges for artists.
Galerie Anna treats art collecting and acquisition as a valuable venture for investment and personal identity. It provides services in the areas of authentication, documentation of art works, advice from art experts, unloading of collections and art exchange.
Address: 4F SM Megamall Bldg. A, Mandaluyong City
E-mail address: email@example.com
Contact number: 09151976955
Contact person: Nicolette De Luna
Galerie Artes is an online art gallery for Philippine Contemporary Art. It is a virtual space focused on highlighting the best of contemporary art and design from both emerging and established Filipino Artists.
Galerie Artes was first founded in May 2012 by sisters Alona Dela Cruz and Owen Cruz-Juanico. It is created as a venue where young, contemporary artists could showcase their works in all its various forms, categories, and genres. Used to be situated in Place One Building in Katipunan Ave. Quezon City, Galerie Artes is now based at Lydia Velasco”s Art Studio in Marikina City.
Through the years, it has featured works by different visual artists: Lydia Velasco, Jose Tence Ruiz, Yao Sampana, Efren Carpio, Edwin Martines, Marko Bello, Macj Turla, Obet Tiaño, Ian Quirante, Nikko Pelaez, Miller Laberinto, Ted Peñaflor, Tony Mercado, Edu Perreras, Jet Valencia, Ronald Rodriguez, Argee Dacuyan, Eric Perreras, Marloun Mago, Eliseo Perreras, Darwin Guevarra, Keisha Timbang, Adrian Trijo, Eduardo Perreras and many others.
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Contact Number: (632) 7502 7277 / 0917 809 1022
Contact Person: Owen Cruz-Juanico
Founded in 2007, Galerie Stephanie is one of the leading artist-centered galleries in the Philippines. In its earlier years, the gallery focused on modernists, established local artists, and its development program for emerging young artists. Over the years, Galerie Stephanie transitioned into an edgier and more contemporary line-up consisting of Anton del Castillo, Reybert Ramos, Rom Villaseran, Kara de Dios, Emman Acasio, Lyndon Maglalang, Rommel Joson, Jinggoy Buensuceso, Allison Wong David, Aileen Lanuza, Kat Grow, Gabby Prado, and Vincent de Pio.
In the past four years, the name Galerie Stephanie has begun to resound outside the country, providing exhibition opportunities to foreign artists as well as joining events throughout the Philippines and in the Asian region—including Art Fair Philippines, Art Fair Tokyo, Bazaar Art Jakarta, Art Stage Singapore, Art Kaohsiung, and Art Formosa. In 2015, the gallery launched its international artist program, featuring UOB Painting of the Year Grand Prize winner for Southeast Asia, Anton Subiyanto (Indonesia). The following year, Galerie Stephanie debuted its Artist Residency Program, so far having invited young artists Roby Dwi Antono (Indonesia), Cristina Gamón (Spain), and Nunzio Paci (Italy), and in November of 2018, US collage artist and printmaker Morgan Rosskopf. The gallery’s international program aims to expose Filipinos to current multidisciplinary works and diverse creative visions of artists from around the world.
Address: Unit 4021 4th Floor East Wing, Shangri-La Plaza Mall
EDSA cor. Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong, Metro Manila
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Number: 0917-7907770
Contact Person: Sierra Isabelle A. Castillo
J Studio is an artist run gallery founded in 2013 as an alternative exhibition space for contemporary art with a broad focus on contemporary painting, the gallery also presents exhibitions in a variety of mediums including installation, sculptures and ceramics. J Studio has participated annually in art fairs including Art Fair Philippines and Art in the Park.
Address: Pasillo 18, La Fuerza Gate 1 Compound, Chino Roces 2241, Makati City
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Number: (+63) 935-537-6399
Facebook: J Studio / IG: artjstudio
Opening Hours: Tues- Sat / 12 nn- 7pm
Contact Person: Genevieve Magisa
Kulay Art Group
Kulay Art Group comprises a group of independent artists whose styles range from traditional to contemporary.
Address: 17B Mangga St., Town and Country Executive Village, Marcos Highway, Mayamot, Antipolo City
Contact person: Tamerlane Urao
Mobile no.: 0998-9892539
Los Nuevos Conquistadores
Featuring contemporary artworks of curated artists from Spain and Mexico
Influenced by the Cuenca School, several artists in this collection grew up in the shadows of Fernando Zóbel. They formed part of an avant-garde creative group in a sleepy town that today houses the Museum of Spanish Abstract Art, Europe’s first contemporary art museum.
Little known in the Philippines, it is my pleasure to introduce these great artists to you. Among them, Bonifacio, the abstract expressionist/surrealist from the Basque region; most outstanding of the Spanish avant-garde movement. Irreverent, eccentric and extravagant compositions of bodies and biomorphic figures make his works unique and full of struggle. Moya, whose paintings, done in an asylum in Cuenca, depict an artist struggling with demons and who preferred dogs over people. Moset, the tree and forest lover, allows us to see nature with a fresh look through abstract poetic landscapes. Violá, the virtuoso expressionist from the 1950s, celebrated for his energetic visual forms and palette reminiscent of Spanish baroque paintings.
Adding to these, the impressionist Grau Santos; the self-taught realist Pintado, and the naughty fantasy artist known as the Picasso of Mexico, Cavazos.
I hope you enjoy discovering these new artists as I have. May they find a space in your home and conquer some of your soul.
Address: Ayala Avenue, Makati
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Number: +639175555069
Contact Person: Ina Gemperle
Also known as Women in Art and Emerging Consciousness, KASIBULAN is an organization of Filipino women artists committed to encouraging, promoting, and enhancing the artistic growth with full human development of its members, as well as other women artists and the Filipino women. It is open to all women in the arts – visual, literary, and performing artists including art historians, educators, critics, and cultural workers who demonstrate a willingness to work for the sisterhood’s goals. It was established with a collective commitment to art practice and exchange that would contribute to the transformation of women, as Filipinas and as artists.
Address: 1814 Simoun Street, Sampaloc Manila
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Number: 0915-1964172
Contact Person: Raeche Dacanay
MAG is an independent group of artists, each practicing different mediums with their own unique style. The artists’ work represent various themes and subjects ranging from portraits and human figures to florals and abstract art. A common thread running through the artists’ work is the way they are able to use bright and bold colors in a way that is unrestrained yet decisively their own.
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person: Telet Litonjua / Marissa Lopa
0977 240 0635 (Telet Litonjua and Didi Lopa’s works)
0977 841 6016 (Marissa Lopa’s works)
Located at the heart of the historic Ermita-Malate district of Manila and housed inside Casa Tesoro, a colonial mansion built in 1901, MONO8 Gallery presents exhibitions that merge global and local contemporary art.
Through programming and other initiatives, MONO8 Gallery artist talks, discussions, workshops, and other events that form critical conversations surrounding contemporary art and its role in society. MONO8 Gallery is committed to developing artist residency programs, international exchanges, and provide curatorial direction to emerging artists.
Address: 1A Casa Tesoro Mansion, 1335 Mabini St., Malate, Manila, Philippines 1000
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Number: +63 9173582164
Museum Foundation of the Philippines
The Museum Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. (MFPI) is a non-stock, not-for-profit membership and volunteer organization dedicated to preserve and promote the Philippines’ rich artistic and cultural heritage and to provide funding support for the special projects of the National Museum and other museums in the Philippines. To do this, MFPI conducts lectures and cultural study tours in the Philippines, docents guide, and organizes special fundraising events like the MaArte fairs, and form partnerships with other organizations and institutions.
Contact Person: Irene Venturina
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
Nineveh Artspace in Sta. Cruz (the capital town of Laguna province) consists of five (5) galleries for changing exhibits and a museum of its permanent collection. A special gallery above the museum displays works of selected CCP 13 Artist Awardees.
Set amidst a garden of ornamental plants and rare trees with a mini-zoo of turtles, birds, bantam chickens and rabbits. Nineveh Artspace might be called a Nature Space as well. A garden chapel and a space for religious images serve to nourish one’s spirituality.
Visits by appointments are encouraged.
Address: Nineveh Artspace – Jonah’s House of Prayer, 2452 1st Avenue Villa Silangan Subdivision, Barangay San Pablo Sur, Sta. Cruz 4009 Laguna
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person: Louie Sevilla (Gallery Owner) / Marvien De Leon (Gallery Assistant)
Contact Number: 09173250949 / (049) 5726617
Nord Anglia International School
Art is celebrated by Nord Anglia International School Manila. The importance is placed on the creative expression and an inspired medium of our students. Each and every work of them has showcased their talent and skill both in drawing and painting.
Address: Nord Anglia International School Manila, Aseana Business Park, Bradco Ave, Parañaque, 1700 Metro Manila
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Person: Mr. Ryan Maclang
Contact Number: +639199980878
Orange Project is the first professionally run gallery exclusively dedicated to the creative requirements primarily of the visual arts, and by association the other forms of art, in Negros. It is a venue that addresses the needs of the local artist community for constant exposures, dialogues & forums, performances, artist talks and most especially for the discipline and credibility facilitated by curated exhibitions. The gallery speaks the universal language of art and is therefore open to both Filipino and visiting foreign artists.
Address: Orange Project Bldg., Art District, Mandalagan, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental 6100, Philippines
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person: Carmel Hibaler / Charlie S. Co
Contact Number: 0915 720 4661 / 0918 901 2255
Social Media: FB @orangeprojectbcd
Potters’ Group – EJ Espiritu
The gallery of EJ Espiritu carries works in stoneware pottery. These works are all hand formed. The collections all represent different themes: from the ocean to mountain side, and ecological and social awareness.
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Number: 09328516444
Potters’ Group – Joey De Castro
Contemporary clay artist Joey De Castro is one of the most inquisitive and experimental ceramic artists of his generation. Beyond form and function, Joey delves into every stage of the artistic process by mixing his own clay, diving into the alchemy of glazes to obtain that elusive effects, and mastering the slow art of high-temperature, reduction firing. All these give his pieces that identifiable, and distinct earthly depth of character.
Contact Person: Lally De Castro
Contact Number: 09088952958
Potters’ Group – Jon Pettyjohn
Jon and Tessy Pettyjohn are at the forefront of ceramic arts in the Philippines. Their pottery school has educated many on the techniques that they’ve developed over the years which focus on the use of uniquely Filipino materials.
Address: Pettyjohn Studio Pottery, 915 Purok 5, Bo. Bucal, Calamba, Laguna
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person: Jon & Tessy Pettyjohn
Contact Number: 0917 896 5491
Potters’ Group – Sagada
The Sagada Pottery and Training Center was founded in 2001 and produces high-quality stoneware pottery using primarily locally sourced clay and glaze ingredients. Siegrid Bangyay and Tessie Baldo were among the Center’s earliest trainees and have been practicing the craft of pottery for close to 20 years. Their work blends the influences of Chinese heirloom pots and traditional Igorot crafts, and has been displayed in galleries, museums, and exhibits around the Philippines and in the USA.
Address: Danunuy, Sagada 2619 Mountain Province, Philippines
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Person: Siegrid Anne B. Rogers
Contact Number: 09750084800
Project 20 Maginhawa
“3030” is an online exhibition by Project 20 Gallery for Art in the Park 2020 that showcases the theoretical prophecies of a select few artists of what life 1010 years from today may or may not be. Set in a greyscale between flourishment and despotic conditions, these thought experiments depict blends of functioning and decay, showcasing uncanny worlds that seem both familiar and strange.
Project 20 is an artist-run space and gallery based in Maginhawa, Quezon City.
Address: Project 20 Gallery / 20 Maginhawa St. / Brgy. U.P. Village, Diliman / Quezon City
Number: +63917 550 8736
Contact Person: Lou Javellana, curator
About the artist:
What started as an interest in calligraphy has blossomed in an art-centric business, Ms. Reena Creatives, for Reena Gabriel (b. 1985). Working mostly with watercolor, her idyllic, romantic images have now graced various products, from fans to fabrics to packaging. Art in the Park 2020 Online marks a debut of sorts: Reena’s first foray into fine arts.
This luxurious chinoiserie-inspired collection takes off from Reena Gabriel’s previous collaboration with Monchet Olives of Casa Mercedes, purveyor of Spanish fans. Here, she reimagines animals from the Chinese Zodiac appearing in fantastic, whimsical settings.
Address: Las Piñas City
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Resurrection Furniture and Found Objects Gallery
Resurrection Furniture and Found Objects Gallery is an atypical atelier that produces unique pieces of furniture and works of art that use everyday found objects as their main components. It prides itself in being able to bring “dead” objects back to life by breathing into them witty and quirky designs.
We see dead objects.
We revive them.
We are Resurrection.
Address: 10a Alabama St., Quezon City
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Person: Arlene Florendo Barbaza
Contact Number: +63 908 862 9300
Robert A. Alejandro
Robert Alejandro objets d’ art for the home.
One-of-a-kind art pieces that combine art and function.
Most of the collection features hand-engraved artwork on glassware and metalware.
Included in this collection is a limited line of signed and numbered enamel mugs produced especially for Art in the Park 2020 Online.
Address: 91 Roces Ave., Barangay Laging Handa, Quezon City
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person: Robert A. Alejandro
Mobile Number: +63 917 834 8395
Sheer Joy is a collective consisting of award-winning painters and published picture book illustrators. They like making art that inspires joy in the viewer. All of the 7 Sheer Joy artists participating in AIP 2020 are graduates of the UP College of Fine Arts.
Address: 12 Kulambo St. Urduja Village, Caloocan North , Brgy 172
Contact Person: Beth Parrocha
Contact Number: 09176292177
Mitzi Marie Aguilar Reyes
Kora Dandan Albano (https://www.facebook.com/artshop.ni.kora/)
May Tobias Papa (http://littlewishingstar.wordpress.com)
Bernadette Solina Wolf
Joselito Yonzon (https://www.facebook.com/litoyonzonart)
Through its artist representation, institutional collaborations, art consultancy, and exhibition programming including art fairs and gallery partnerships, SILVERLENS aims to place its artists within the broader framework of the contemporary art dialogue. Its continuing efforts to transcend borders across art communities in Asia have earned it recognition from both artists and collectors as one of the leading contemporary art galleries in Southeast Asia. SILVERLENS was founded by Isa Lorenzo and Rachel Rillo in 2004.
Address: 2263 Don Chino Roces Ave. Ext., Makati City, 1231, Philippines
Contact: (T) 8816 0044
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Person: Erlyz Santos
Contact Number: +63 917 587 4011
Space Encounters Gallery focuses on the relationship of art with interior and furniture design, while highlighting young and adventurous artists. SpotPH and CNN Philippines have both recognized the Gallery’s contribution to the cultural scene.
Address: Unit 7D, 7th Floor, Padilla Condominium Building, F. Ortigas Jr. Road, Ortigas Centre, Pasig City 1605
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person: Kyra Co or Neil Escarez
Contact Number: (+63)917 795 6739
The Authenticity Zero
The Authenticity Zero [TAZC], established in 2019, is a collaborative platform where artists, architects and designers probe the status of local art through non-representational articulations. It questions the role of context and content in a creative output, its precedence, or whether it should be treated as an object independent from style and authorship or vice versa.
TAZC brings architecture, art, design and crafts to a new domain of objects without representation, utilized by the whole strata of society; questioning the role of precedents, meaning, and social exclusivity in modern art and other related industries.
TAZC is diverse in its representation from single practice, design practitioners, writers, academicians, to architects, student designers and artists who all share the common goals. Each entity has the freedom to pursue its specific individual goals within the sphere of the Authenticity Zero collective.
Non-authenticity is the new authenticity.
Address: Lot 23 Block 515 Bougainvillea St. Heritage Homes, Loma de Gato, Marilao, Bulacan
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Person: Walther Ocampo
Contact Number: +63 9052 7628 71
Website: @taz_collective (instagram)
The Mighty Bhutens
The Mighty Bhutens is the group name of 3 artist friends, Oliver Olivete, Kabunyan De Guia, and Guiller Lagac. The group started in 2005 in Baguio where they accepted commissioned mosaic works. Their group philosophy for the artworks they create is “Bathala na”—a combination of artist creativity and going with the universe’s flow. Their contemporary mosaic styles have distinct signatures according to the artist — Oliver Olivete’s is experimental mixed media, Kabunyan De Guia’s is whimsical and Guillar Lagac’s is traditional. Their chemistry as friends can be seen in their group artwork, because although their artistic styles are distinctively different from each other, they are able to come up with artworks that are unmistakably “Mighty Bhutens”. They are now based in different places — Oliver Olivete (Baguio), Kabunyan De Guia (Davao) and Guiller Lagac (Laguna) but they always come together as The Mighty Bhutens at the Annual Art in the Park Fair.
Details for Guiller Lagac Artworks:
Address: Block 1 Lot 48 Iluminada Rosendo st. Guevara Subdivision San Pedro Laguna 4023
Contact Person: Guiller Eric Lagac
Contact No: 09953534094
The Photography Zone
The Photography Zone is a group of photographer members of one of the Philippine’s oldest camera clubs. They collaborate annually to present a broad collection of photographic art representing various popular themes from abstracts, landscapes, experimental work, street photography, and others. The main objective of the group is to present photography as a serious art medium worthy of the label ‘fine art’.
Contact Person: Jay Camus
0917 881 7861
The Thursday Group
The Thursday Group is composed of ladies who have a shared passion for the arts that has drawn them to start painting together more than 8 years ago. It is this same passion that has fueled them to have a positive attitude towards life as expressed through their paintings that are meant to inspire others to live happy, meaningful and exciting lives. The Thursday Group’s paintings are distinctly characterized by the vibrant colors of life.
Participating Artists Details:
Isabel Campa: +63 917 530 6473 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Ming Syyap: +63 917 841 0818 / email@example.com
Daisy Tempongko: +63 917 803 2836 / firstname.lastname@example.org / Facebook: artbydaisytempongko
Tin-Aw Art Gallery
Tin-aw is an arts management company that primarily works with Filipino and Asian contemporary visual artists, in terms of artist representation and organization of exhibitions and projects. Tin-aw seeks to bring attention to art that surprises, engages, and provokes.
Tin-aw is a Filipino vernacular for “clear, lucid water.”
Dani Mangahas – +63 917 875 0552
Dawn Atienza – +63 917 534 1378
T.U.P. Fine Arts
Fine arts students and alumni of TUP-Manila are known for their painting skills despite their being advertising major students. They are consistent winners in numerous painting competitions, art shows and exhibits. Some have even become very popular both locally and abroad. And the secret lies in their strong passion and love for the arts.
Address: Ayala Blvd., Ermita Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
Contact Person 1: Ms. Krisa Jayde F. Pigao
Contact Details: +63 906 405 0399
Email Address: email@example.com
Contact Person 2: Mr. Joselito Jandayan
Contact Details: +63 966 367 9107
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Village Art Gallery
Village Art Gallery was established 39 years ago when the lure to live South of Manila started among the upward, mobile, educated & progressive individuals and families.
Even then Agnes Galvez, founder of the gallery, already saw the need to go beyond simply existing to making life richer & more meaningful. She initially located Village Art Gallery in the midst of the country’s largest residential community, BF Homes to cater to residents’ need for art. When the consumer trend shifted to the malls, it was her gallery that was one of the first to establish at Alabang Town Center, its present location.
Through the years, Village Art Gallery has assisted clients to scout for valuable pieces from masters to emerging artists. Many of the budding artists have gone on to carve names for themselves. Village Art Gallery is now being managed by daughter Sam Galvez-Lorenzo who shifted the galleries focus to contemporary art. She continues Village Art Gallery’s avowed purpose of developing artists who may be full of talent but lack exposure and motivation.
Address: Upper G/F Alabang Town Center
Contact Details: 88507710 / +63 917 886 7459
Contact Person: Anton Lorenzo
Email Address: email@example.com
Vinyl on Vinyl
Vinyl on Vinyl is dedicated to featuring modern-day pop culture artists seeking to find a venue to showcase and explore their craft amidst the surplus of conventional art forms. The gallery reflects the lifestyle and passion of its artists influenced by surrealism, after-modernism, underground and street art; along with other emerging and unexplored genres, its uniqueness lies in selecting artists who delve into various contemporary and cultural interest as well as immediate experiences through the visual language and techniques of fine art.
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Contact Details: +63 917 802 2984
UP College of Fine Arts
The University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts exhibits the vibrance of Philippine artistry expressed in a vast range of creative works, produced by faculty, students and alumni of the Diliman campus.
As the oldest art school in the Philippines, UP-CFA has long been recognized as a most fertile ground on which to hone artistic skills — rooted firmly in culture, whilst responsive to relevant issues affecting the human condition.
UP-CFA serves to sustain these interrelationships and points of connection between the multi-dimensional present, rootedness in the past, and spirited pursuit of new artistic trajectories, enriching the engagement with, and conversation about, visual arts in the Philippines today.
Contact Person 1: Prof. Ma. Victoria R. Abano
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Contact Details: +63 917 822 7682
Contact Person 2: Jocelyn Anne Zamora
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Contact Details: +63 923 902 2090
vMeme Contemporary Art Gallery
vMeme (pronounced vee-meem) is a structure of thinking which manifests in human behavior & development, social dynamics, systems, choices, directions and culture at large. The perspective that aesthetics of art goes beyond physical, aesthetic and economic value is what prompts the establishment of vMeme Contemporary Art Gallery, a curator-run space founded by an art historian who wishes to have an art space readily available for curatorial projects devoid of pressures from market and institutional forces), and that supports Philippine contemporary artists who integrate advocacy in their practice. It is intended to provide a space for concept- and advocacy-led exhibition projects dealing with art history and historiography, environmental advocacy, human rights, women’s and children’s rights, socio- political issues and pushing the boundaries of form, content and audience. The artworks presented in vMeme exhibitions and collection represent a culture of hope and freedom for art, artists, communities and our society.
Address 1: 3/F Estancia Mall East Wing, Capitol Commons, Pasig City
Address 2: 2/F Commercenter Mall, Commerce Ave cor Filinvest Ave, Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang Muntinlupa
Contact Person: Julius Bryan Esguerra
Contact Details: +63 917 837 8897
Ysobel Art Gallery
Founded in March 2011, YSOBEL Art Gallery showcases a considerable range of aesthetics of Filipino art.
Our program is slanted on authenticity, artistic positions, and values of each represented artist as the galleryÕs humble contribution to the advancement of art production and progression towards a cultural mindset.
Our gallery stands for a degree of tradition but remains consistently open to art innovations across artistic generations and the expanding premises of visual art.
Address: 2nd Floor, Shops at Serendra, BGC, Taguig
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Contact Person: Patrice Tiongco
Contact Details: +63 922 883 4396