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Art, much like life itself, always finds a way. No small wonder there, as art, if it should continue to remain relevant, must find a way to reflect life not only as sources of inspiration, but also in the manner with which works are presented. As a reflection of the times, ManilART2020, which runs from Dec. 9 to 13 at SMX Aura Convention Center in Taguig, has migrated many of its activities online.
ManilART 2020 will run from December 9 to 13. It’s a sign of the times that ManilART2020 has migrated many of its activities online. This is not just for compliance with health guidelines, but also for making art more accessible and responsive in the future.
Now on its twelfth year the national art fair - ManilART - focuses on the role of art and culture as an essential to our identity as people…which necessitates evolution with the times. This year’s theme alludes not just to current contexts and concerns, but also addresses the precautions necessary to ensure a better way moving forward.
Now in its twelfth year, ManilART, the national art fair, is back to focus on “2020 Vision for a Future Reimagined” happening from December 9 to 13, 2020 at SMX Convention Center, SM Aura Premier, Taguig City.
Now on its twelfth year, ManilART, the national art fair, focuses on 2020 Vision for a Future Reimagined: the role of art and culture remains essential to our identity as a people and necessitates an evolution with the times.
Artists and art enthusiasts alike will have something more to look forward to this holiday season with this year’s ManilART! The national art fair has changed its October schedule and will now run from December 9 to 13 at the SMX Convention Center, SM Aura Premier.
ManilART is the country's first and biggest visual arts fair which showcases world-class works, talent, skill, and vision of Filipino artists, happening at the SMX Aura, Taguig, October 10 to 13, 2019, highlighting the theme "Showcasing the Global Filipino Artist".
One of the Philippines' biggest art fairs is returning this year. For its 11th edition, Manilart will showcase the global Filipino artist and tell the story of the struggles that define national identity.
The flagship project of the National Committee on Art Galleries, under the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), returns next week for the 11th year to present the global caliber of Filipino artists.
"Many of our home homegrown artists are making a mark globally at competitions and major international fairs. They help tell the story of the Filipino struggle to define our national identity," shares ManilART Fair Director Tess Rayos Del Sol.
The flagship project of the National Committee on Art Galleries (NCAG) of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), ManilArt marks it 11thÊyear when the art fair opens on Oct. 10 at the SMX Convention Center with the theme: "Building a Nation, One Exhibit at a Time." It will run until Oct. 13.
ManilArt, the Philippines' first major and longest running visual arts fair, will mount its 11th edition Oct. 9-13 at SMX Aura in Taguig City. The flagship project of the National Committee on Art Galleries (NCAG) under the Subcommission on Cultural Heritage of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, the five-day event will again be part of the nationwide celebration of October as Museums and Galleries Month under Presidential Proclamation No. 798.
Every October, the National Commission for Culture and the Arts celebrates Museums and Galleries Month by way of ManilART, the national art fair. On its eleventh year, it will be focusing on showcasing the global Filipino artist, revolving around the theme of "Building a Nation, One Exhibit at a Time." After all, in our storied past, present, and future, there is a lot to be conveyed through the visual arts.
The masterpieces of Filipino artists known in different parts of the world are gathered once more for this year's ManilART, now on its 11th year.
As the Philippines' first visual arts fair, ManilART is gearing up once more to demonstrate the world-class talent, skill, and vision of Filipino artists at SMX Aura, Taguig City from October 9 to 13.
Visual arts dynamism has been a key factor in re-establishing the Philippines as a cultural powerhouse in the region. Whether in art shows auctions or even on social media, Filipino artists have been featured prominently. And it is this achievement that is underlined by ManilART, the annual art fair which runs Oct. 12-15 at SMX Convention Center, SM Aura in Taguig City.
This year's ManilArt theme "Raising the Filipino Colors on the World Stage" is a celebration after the Philippines is able to join the prestigious Venice Biennale after so many years of absence. The exquisite glass sculptures by Ramon Orlina will welcome you once you enter the doors of the art fair. Figurative, abstract, kinetic, conceptual, and thought-provoking artworks by respected artists adorn the entire space of the SMX Convention Center.
For the yet to be initiated, Manilart is currently the country's largest visual arts fair, bringing over 40 different art galleries and their respective artists together once a year for a showcase that spans five days.
There were art enthusiasts who headed straight to Leon Gallery's booth that featured masters such as Fernando Amorsolo, Vicente Manansala and José Joya at the ManilArt 2014 annual fair held in Taguig City until Sunday. A New York-based couple that transferred recently to Manila heeded friends who suggested they ask around first before investing in a painting and have their art fix.