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  • Korea: A Land of Hats

    Korea: A Land of Hats is a survey of hats as part of the Korean wardrobe throughout the Choson Dynasty (1391-1910).

    Hat of the Matter

    The Hat of the Matter examines hats and headwear as wearable and conceptual art through a uniquely Filipino prism.

    Sounds of Blackness

    Inspired by the musical ensemble of the same name, Sounds of Blackness features an ensemble of visual artists from the African Diaspora. Working with various mediums, their work evokes expressions of joy, pain, beauty, and the complexities of Black life around the globe.

    Quick Turn on Hyper Highways

    Inspired by the desire for something new, something dynamic, elegant, untethered, Ronald Ventura’s latest exhibit speaks to all of these and more through his use of the iconography and materials of high-end hypercars. The exhibition consists of paintings combining traditional and industrial media; large sculptures, and decorated cars.

    Phantasmapolis x Manila: Select Works from the 2021 Asian Art Biennial

    Phantasmapolis x Manila: Select Works from the 2021 Asian Art Biennial is an invitation to an imaginary city, where visitors are free to envision notions of the post-pandemic future.

    Points of Origin

    Filipino-American artist JEFRË comes home to the Philippines for his first solo museum exhibition, Points of Origin, to celebrate his monumental achievements and connect his two homes–that of his origins and the home of his American dream.

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  • In Full View: The Metropolitan Museum of Manila Collection

    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

    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

    with the Japan Foundation, Manila
    in cooperation with Embassy of Japan in the Philippines
    and with the support of JT International (Philippines) Inc.
    Tall Galleries

    Arte Povera: Italian Landscape

    Curated by Danilo Eccher
    Tall Galleries

    Cue From Life Itself: Filipino Artists Transform the Everyday

    Curated by art historian and scholar Patrick D. Flores
    Galeriya Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, White Cube Gallery and METLab


    Exhibition by Anthony Chin, resident artist for the 2020 MET-NAC International Artist Residency Programme
    Open Gallery

    A Part to Play

    2020 National Women's Month Exhibition
    In partnership with the BSP Employees Association, the BSP Art Club, KASIBULAN, and Love Marie Escudero
    Upper Galleries