ARTE POVERA: Italian Landscape
Learn more about our major exhibition on the revolutionary Italian art movement from the 1960s through our online resource.
The Metropolitan Museum of Manila joins the art world in mourning the passing of art historian, critic and curator Germano Celant, who championed the Italian art movement Arte Povera in the late 1960s.
Curator Danilo Eccher walks us through the exhibition in this video from his visit to Manila in February 2020 to open Arte Povera: Italian Landscape at the MET Tall Galleries.
CUE FROM LIFE ITSELF: Filipino Artists Transform the Everyday
View the exhibition put together by art historian and curator Dr. Patrick Flores featuring artists Poklong Anading, Kristoffer Ardeña, Yason Banal, Santiago Bose, Brenda Fajardo, Alma Quinto, Jose Tence Ruiz, Lirio Salvador, and Mark Salvatus.
‘TROPHY’ by Anthony Chin
NATIONAL HERITAGE MONTH
Kwerdas: Philippine Rondalla Music Cultures explores the historical and cultural intersection of plucked string music in the Philippines, and how communities have transformed rondalla music as an embodied platform of creativity and anchored vision of Philippine cultural expressions.
In celebration of National Heritage Month, the Metropolitan Museum of Manila in partnership with Filipino Heritage Festival, Inc., together with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), and Security Bank Corporation are presenting a preview of this forthcoming exhibition about rondalla music heritage.
FROM THE MET ARCHIVES
The exhibition catalogue for Ties of History: Art in Southeast Asia is now available for download at the Philippine Contemporary Art Network‘s website. The exhibition was held in three museums around Manila including the MET last 2018.
The Metropolitan Museum of Manila is located within the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Complex along Roxas Boulevard.