RL News: Art Fair Philippines 2015
Here's a sneak peek of what's in store for you at this year's art fair
Make a beeline for The Link in Makati, which is the venue for the third Art Fair Philippines. Thirty-three local and international art galleries now occupy the Link’s 6th and 7th-floor parking lots, with Special Exhibition spaces by noted artists on both floors.
Don’t miss the talks at Christie’s Art Forum on the 7th floor and a special National Museum tour on Sunday. Check out the sprawling cafeteria with photographs by Jay Campos and food by Kai on the 6th floor, the art bookstores on the 7th floor, and the various interactive art installations everywhere.
Art Fair Philippines 2015 is open to the public and runs from February 5 to 8, 10am to 9pm. Entrance tickets are at P150 (regular) and P50 (for students with valid IDs).
Visit www.artfairphilippines.com for more information.
Internationally renowned designer Kenneth Cobonpue and his team created the design and layout of Art Fair Philippines 2015. The industrial, gritty feel of this urban milieu was utilized in the layout.
Avellana Art Gallery on the 6th floor went with an all-white theme, with pieces by Mac Valdezco, Eugene Jarque, Alain Hablo, Joey Cobcobo and others.
On the 6th floor Special Exhibition space, Roberto Feleo’s “Tao-Tao and Aklasang Basi-Hanay ng N” takes center stage.
Christie’s Art Forum on the 7th floor will hold special lectures and discussions by noted curators, guest speakers, and artists.
Works by Trek Valdizno and RM de Leon at Galeria Duemila.
Mike Adrao’s installation at the 6th floor lobby entrance.
Works by Louie Cordero, Nilo Ilarde, and other artists at MOS gallery.