Traveling Exhibitions





Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas

Art Appreciation Lecture and Travelling Exhibit

BSP La Union | July 26 - August 9, 2013

BSP Cebu | September 6 - October 4, 2013

BSP Davao | November 15 - December 6, 2013

A partnership project of the The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and the Metropolitan Museum of Manila in three BSP regional offices from July through December 2013.

The lectures and exhibit is part of the BSP's 20th Anniversary celebration which aim to bring to its regional employees and local community of artist and art enthusiast the BSP art collection thus, enhancing awareness and foster appreciation of Philippine Art.

The paintings chosen for the exhibit reflects the wide range and forms of the BSP Art Collection from 19th century to the most contemporary.


LECTURE SERIES

Art Appreciation 101: making clear how to look at art from both emotional and intellectual stand points.


Putting together an Art Collection: The BSP perspective


Art as Investment: The art market within a fluctuating or developing economy and how it can be considered an investment for a brighter future.





Sept. 26 - Oct. 2, 2013
@
SM Mall of Asia

Oct. 8 - Oct. 13, 2013
@
SM Aura Premier


Art + Video Tech: Exploring New Technology for Contemporary Art

In line with the METís new thrust on contemporary art by Filipino and international artists, the museum has partnered with Samsung Philippines and SM Supermalls for projects that would engage museum audiences with new art forms, particularly video art and animation, indulging the public with multisensory installations and art documentaries.

This exhibit includes the works of leading Filipino artists who made use of the technological advancement and used it as their art form and content, featuring Ramon Estella, Eric de Guia or Kidlat Tahimik, Peque Gallaga, Louie Cordero, and Johnny and Miguel Alcazaren or the Alcazaren Brothers. The exhibit will also feature works of contemporary artists such as Victor Balanon, VJ Villafranca, Diokno Pasilan, Cocoy Lumbao, and so on. And on behalf of the Animation Council of the Philippines, Inc., the exhibit will feature a selection of videos from Animahenasyon, a Philippine Animation Festival.