The Pinto Art Museum
Sunday was well spent because I finally got the chance to visit one of the Philippines finest Museums, The Pinto Art Museum owned by art collector Dr. Joven Cuanang . It's a chance visit for me to learn and appreciate more the collection of Philippine contemporary art. Exact location is at 1 Sierra Madre St, Grand Heights, Antipolo City, Rizal.
I am sincerely proud of the Philippine Artists today for sharing their magnificent postmodern artwork inspired by the art and cultures of our own heritage. Stepping down to the white "Santorini-like" motif of Pinto Art Museum just made me vigorously happy and excited. So I immediately turned my camera on to look for a perfect spot to take some good photographs. Glad that I was advised to bring my camera with me. It was really splendid!
Pinto Art Museum is open from 9am-6pm, Tuesday- Sunday. It costs Php180/person for a regular ticket and Php150/person only for senior citizens or PWD, with valid ID. Artists, photographers and also bloggers find this place so perfect for a photoshoot or just a quick get away with your family and friends, away from the noise and busy city of Manila. Want to gain fresh air? The garden interiors and architectures here are highly impressive. The white sheets of the outdoor beds and sofas will make you lie down in bed to rest your weary bone.
I am overwhelmed by the visual treat this museum is giving us. From the beautiful masterpieces, up to its cozy cafe and restaurant, who wouldn't want to stay here all day?
Over 300 modern paintings, sculptures and art installations shared by various local artists were displayed for viewing in this museum. I have high admiration for art. I must say that the Pinto Art Museum served as a gateway to connect with the art-enthusiast people and also to share their work with a co-artist. Some works of art may be vague in image, but it was explicitly expressed with a deep intuitive meaning by simply looking at it.
Dress by EPUNGIRL.
Credit to my Photographer Nikki John Tagayuna ❤
For more details about Pinto Art Museum, visit and like their FB Page HERE.
Thanks for the view. :)