IN MEMORIAM
ARTURO LUZ

The Metropolitan Museum of Manila mourns the passing of our founding director and National Artist, Arturo Luz. An acclaimed painter, sculptor, and printmaker, he is known for his geometric abstracts and linear compositions in which his more than sixty-year career made an invaluable achievement in Philippine modernism and design. 

Luz served as the museum’s director from 1976 to 1986 and established set principles in museum work informed by his unique minimalist aesthetic. Just like his art, his curatorial work espoused a sharp and polished finish, mounting a total of 108 exhibitions in ten years. Luz lended a hand in keenly rearranging the pieces according to his design sense, preferring clean white spaces with little ornamentation and discrete labels.

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Virtually on View

In Full View: The Metropolitan Museum of Manila Collection

29 January to 15 March 2021
In Full View: The Metropolitan Museum of Manila Collection is a collection of works gathered over time through the generous donation of the MET Museum's friends and patrons presenting a veritable narrative to the development of Philippine art in recent years, with works by modern and contemporary artists from the Philippines and abroad.

Passages: Celebrating the Artistic Journeys of Betsy Westendorp

29 January to 15 March 2021
Over 100 artworks spanning more than sixty years of Betsy Westendorp's illustrious painting career form the retrospective collection curated by Dannie Alvarez, and featured in a catalogue written by art critic Cid Reyes.

Built Environment: An Alternative Guide to Japan

Built Environment: An Alternative Guide to Japan features photographs, text, and videos designed to mirror Japan’s unique archipelagic formation, and presents a total of 80 buildings, civil-engineering projects, and landscapes from each of Japan’s 47 prefectures, extending from the modern era of the late 19th century to the present

COVID-19 ADVISORY: As a precautionary measure, the Metropolitan Museum of Manila is closed to the public until further notice. The public's safety and well-being are our priority at this time. Further announcements about the reopening of the museum will be made through our online platforms. Thank you very much for your support.

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