Antipolo,  Music and Art,  Philippines

Pinto Art Museum: Antipolo’s Secret Art Haven

PINTO ART MUSEUMPreviously, I raved about how stunning I thought Pinto is, but I didn’t really show a lot of photos of the actual art inside. Although its exhibits may vary from time to time, here is a visual sneak peek of what was there this March 2013.

These works are not as antique as we thought. If I remember correctly these were made less than 10 years back.

Here we are playing a game in which we are supposed to look for specific objects from the paintings in the whole room. This is my favorite room.

X-ray.

Art inside, art outside. That’s just how Pinto is.

The thing with Antipolo is that its filled with all these secret places you only hear about from people who care about secret places. In this case, that person is me. What you have seen so far is just the tip of the iceberg, so to speak. There is much, much more to see at Pinto.

“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time”. ~Thomas Merton
A more detailed review can be found at: http://vidasioson.com/2013/opening-the-doors-to-art-at-pinto/

For more info, visit: http://www.freewebs.com/pintoartgallery/ourinformation.htm

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