Art Fair Philippines 2017


Art Fair Philippines is the main ground of exhibiting the best of the best commissioned Philippine masterpieces. Founded in 2013, Art Fair PH took over the fifth to roof deck floor of the The Link Parking in Makati to showcase modern and contemporary visual arts. The fair was founded to lift the pedestal of our local art scene and to encourage more support for our very own Filipino artists. Since Makati is known for being an urban art haven, Art Fair PH made the event more accessible to every art enthusiasts, drawing more and more people every year.

This year’s event is bigger having an increased of Β gallery roster to 46. Cathy Bengzon of Ayala Land wasn’t kidding after all. If you are a first-timer to this event, I have here some of the must-see installations from the country’s veterans to the new blood of the industry. Consider this as a quick trip around the event.





Don Papa Rum



“New Fold Heroes” by Mark Valenzuela


“Hall of Sound” by WSK


Art verite’



“Metamorphosis” – Light installations by Liliana Manahan, Gabriel Lichauco, Stanley Ruiz and Jiri Pacinek




Salcedo Private View



“Ohlala” by Reen Barrera






Secret Fresh



“The Secret Room” by Secret Fresh






Jewelry by Micheline Syjuco


“Project Pleiades” by Agnes Arellano


“Sampaghija” by Max Balatbat



Other art installations

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Art Fair Philippines will run from February 16-19 from 10:00am to 09:00p, at the Link Parking, Ayala Center, Makati City.

Ticket Prices:

PhP 250.00 Entrance Fee
PhP 50.00 Students with valid IDs
FREE Makati Students with valid IDs

For more information on Art Fair Philippines 2017, please visit:
@artfairph on Instagram and Twitter


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