The Japan Foundation, Manila, in collaboration with Ayala Museum and Ayala Malls, with the support of Ateneo de Manila University Japanese Studies Program, Arete, and the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines, present Contemporary Wood-Carved Netsuke, a traveling exhibition to open at Ayala Malls Greenbelt 5 from July 1 to 21, 2019. Viewing is Free.
Ayala Museum and BPI Foundation, Inc. present
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL ARTISTS FOR VISUAL ARTS
A lecture by Asst. Prof. Manuel Giron
18 May 2019 | Saturday
3PM – 4:30PM
Ayala Museum and J. Walter Thompson Philippines present
OBRA TYPEFACE: Abdulmari Asia Imao
Letterforms inspired by masterpieces of Philippine National Artists
See the wonder-filled works of Philippine National Artist Abdulmari Imao translated into a new Filipino typeface.
One that you can write with, design with, and even wear. Intrigued?
BPI Foundation and Ayala Museum celebrate Filipino artistry this National Arts Month with the launch of the ‘BPI: Images of Nation’ exhibit, which will showcase all-National Artist pieces from the Bank of the Philippine Islands’ (BPI) private art collection.
In this lecture, let us look back and learn about the great writings of that time, from the picaresque novel to culternismo and conceptismo poetry, and so much more.
This exhibit celebrates the complex heritage and shared culture of Southeast Asia from the Philippine perspective. Elevated with a selection of Philippine archaeological gold, indigenous textiles, and Chinese and Southeast Asian tradeware ceramics from the Ayala Museum collection, all showcased in an installation created by acclaimed scenographer, Gino Gonzales.
We are proud to present WOMEN AND WAR, an exhibition on Filipina workers, warriors, and survivors of World War II. Free Admission!
We’re celebrating 100 Years of Komiks Legend, Francisco Coching, through a day of komiks love!
Ayala Museum, with the support of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, presents Images of Nation: F. V. Coching, Komiks at Kultura, a tribute to one of the most prolific figures in Filipino komiks’ golden age.
For its last exhibition of the year, Ayala Museum will host an exhibition of the works from renowned Filipino minimalist artist Gus Albor. Entitled Territory, the exhibition showcases his body of work from 1969 – 2018.