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Visual Arts in the Philippines

INTRODUCTION

Visual arts in the Philippines are a colorful mix of western and indigenous influences. This is best seen in art galleries, the most popular among which include the following:

ART GALLERIES

  1. Ateneo de Manila Gallery
    Ateneo de Manila University, Diliman, Quezon City
    Tel. 99-8721, 982-541
    Modern art since World War II; Paintings, sculptures, drawing and prints of Filipino artists.
  2. Brix Gallery
    B & M Bldg., 116 Aguirre St.
    Legaspi Village, Makati City
    Tel: 8151297
    Contemporary Filipino art.
  3. Finale Art File
    Sunvar Plaza, Pasay Road, Makati City
    Tel: 815-18-13
  4. Galeria de las Islas
    El Amanacer Bldg.
    Real St., Intramuros, Manila
    Tel: 40-73-29 loc. 329; 407280
    Philippine native craft, handicrafts, furniture and books.
  5. Galeria Duemila
    210 Loring St., Pasay City
    Tel: 833-9815, 831-9990
    Contemporary art.
  6. Gallery Genesis
    718 Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City
    Tel: 794806, 794897
  7. Hidalgo Art Gallery
    Suite 2-A Showroom Arcade
    Ayala Center, Makati City
    Tel: 87-27-72
  8. Hiraya Art Gallery
    530 United Nations Avenue
    Ermita, Manila
    Tel: 594223
  9. Kanlungan ng Sining Gallery
    T.M. Kalaw St., Rizal Park, Manila
    Tel: 587411
  10. Madrigal Center
    Commerce Avenue, Ayala Alabang
    Muntinlupa, Metro Manila
    Tel: 842-0127
  11. The Luz Gallery
    Locsin Bldg., Makati Avenue
    corner Ayala Avenue, Makati City
    Tel: 815-6906
    Monthly exhibition of Filipino art, sculpture, and abstract paintings.
  12. West Gallery
    48 West Avenue, Quezion City
    Tel: 98-02-97, 97-71-32

FOREIGN CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS

  1. Thomas Jefferson Institute
    U.S. Cultural Center
    395 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City
    Tel: 818-49-08
  2. Alliance Francaise
    French Cultural Center
    Keystone Bldg., 220 Sen. gil Puyat Ave., Makati City
    Tel: 85-84-53, 88-04-02
  3. British Council
    British Cultural Center
    No. 7 3rd St., New Manila, Quezon City
    Tel: 721-1981
  4. German Cultural Center
    Goethe Institute
    687 Autora Blvd., Quezon City
    Tel: 722-46-71

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