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6 Things To Watch For At Art in the Park 2017

Keep an eye out for these stunning pieces and the talented artists behind it

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Art in the Park might just be one of the most unique fêtes in the Philippines. Known for being the affordable art fair, it has become the catalyst that gives life to art collectors with their offerings that don't go beyond P50,000. Apart from that, it also drops the guarded highbrow pretense of viewing art in closed spaces which makes an engaging fundraising event for the benefit of the Museum Foundation of the Philippines.

Set to take place at Jaime Velasquez Park on April 2, here are a few artists and independent groups that you should watch for at this art-savvy weekend happening: 

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