Friday, October 25, 2013

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Pinto Art Museum

Pinto Art is a contemporary art space in Antipolo City. It's main structure was built in 2001 as a storage for art works, but it was eventually developed by its designer, artist Antonio Leano, as a venue for exchanging exhibitions for the modern contemporary art.



The Museum features selected paintings of some of the counrty's best contemporary visual artist. Among artists represented includes Andy Orencio, Antipas Delatovo, CJ Tañedo, Cris Villanueva, Erwin Leaño, Ferdie Montemayor, Jim Orencio, Gus Albor, Jaypee Samson, Manny Garibay, Plet Bolipata, Rodel Tapaya, Ruel Caasi, Sam Penaso, Tatong Torres, Tony Leaño and Victor Santos. 




After paying at the entrance we can't stop to take pics at the facade, painting and the fascinating garden of the gallery.




 

We had an amazing experience visiting these one of a kind gallery, we enter before 2pm and we had sent off from pinto art at 5pm. Just an advise to those who want to visit Pinto Art, your three hours is not enough to see all artwork in these museum.


Indeed Pinto Art is a place where you can find great artworks which make us proud, a filipino made.


Pinto Art Musem 

Silangan Gardens, 1 Sierra Madre Heights, Grandheights, Antipolo City


Entrance Fee:

Student - 100
Senior - 130
Adult - 150

How to Get Pinto Art Museum?

From Edsa, take a FX or Jeep bound to Antipolo Simbahan then rent a Tricycle going Pinto Art.

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