10 Must-See Artworks At Art Fair PH 2019

February 23, 2019 11:00 am

Makati, our fair city, truly is a city that champions art. The reasons are aplenty, of course, what with its numerous art galleries, word-class museum (hats off to Ayala Museum), film festivals, concerts and more. But what takes the cake when it comes to all things art and culture is that annual three-day art festival in February all Makatizens know and love.

It’s none other than Art Fair Philippines, of course–which is now happening at The Link in Ayala Center.

We at Make It Makati joined in on the arts and cultures festivities and walked through the floors upon floors of amazing artworks on display at the event.

And we’ve cherry-picked (in no particular order) ten pieces that struck our fancy.

Be sure you catch these ten before the fair closes this Sunday, February 24.

Reversible Rotation – Continuous Black in White

Digital work | from Gojah Gallery Singapore

Gula

Masato Tanoko | Brass, wood, leather, light bulb, camera lens

Man with Violin

Fernando Botero | Oil on canvas

Subject / Object

MM Yu | Photographs

Cheap Medicine

Oscar Villariel

#19 Venus

M Irfan | Acrylic on canvas

Brave Song

Nasser Lubay | Acrylic on canvas

The Tree Of Knowledge Of Good & Evil

Riel Hilario | Wooden sculpture

Deeper Silence

Sid Natividad

Ang Taong Palay

Roberto Feleo | Mixed Media

Also, there’s the 10 Days Of Art that happens in venues outside The Link. There’s still time until Sunday to witness some public art from Art Fair Philippines 2019. Visit The Peninsula Hotel’s outdoor fountain from 6-10 PM where a version of Boticelli’s ‘Birth of Venus’ will be projected, with technical direction and production by G.A. Fallarme, concept and art direction by Henk-Gert Lenten, and motion design Gedrick Roldan.

10 Must-See Artworks At Art Fair PH 2019

February 23, 2019 10:22 am

Makati, our fair city, truly is a city that champions art. The reasons are aplenty, of course, what with its numerous art galleries, word-class museum (hats off to Ayala Museum), film festivals, concerts and more. But what takes the cake when it comes to all things art and culture is that annual three-day art festival in February all Makatizens know and love.

It’s none other than Art Fair Philippines, of course–which is now happening at The Link in Ayala Center.

We at Make It Makati joined in on the arts and cultures festivities and walked through the floors upon floors of amazing artworks on display at the event.

And we’ve cherry-picked (in no particular order) ten pieces that struck our fancy.

Be sure you catch these ten before the fair closes this Sunday, February 24.

Reversible Rotation – Continuous Black in White

Digital work | from Gojah Gallery Singapore

Gula

Masato Tanoko | Brass, wood, leather, light bulb, camera lens

Man with Violin

Fernando Botero | Oil on canvas

Subject / Object

MM Yu | Photographs

Cheap Medicine

Oscar Villariel

#19 Venus

M Irfan | Acrylic on canvas

Brave Song

Nasser Lubay | Acrylic on canvas

The Tree Of Knowledge Of Good & Evil

Riel Hilario | Wooden sculpture

Deeper Silence

Sid Natividad

Ang Taong Palay

Roberto Feleo | Mixed Media

Also, there’s the 10 Days Of Art that happens in venues outside The Link. There’s still time until Sunday to witness some public art from Art Fair Philippines 2019. Visit The Peninsula Hotel’s outdoor fountain from 6-10 PM where a version of Boticelli’s ‘Birth of Venus’ will be projected, with technical direction and production by G.A. Fallarme, concept and art direction by Henk-Gert Lenten, and motion design Gedrick Roldan.

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