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Open today: 10:30-18:00
Operating hoursHolidays may affect opening times
1 Sierra Madre St., Grand Heights Road, Antipolo, Rizal
4 years ago
Philippine contemporary art housed in a beautiful villa. One of my favourite museums. Quite out of the way for me, but always worth the day trip. 😍
4 years ago
Pinto Art Museum is a Santorini inspired sanctuary for the art-enthusiast located in the heart of Antipolo City. Pinto Art Museum exhibits a combination of contemporary Filipino Paintings. 1: “Fallen but not Forgotten” Tin can art made as tribute to the SAF 44, Elite Police Commandos who were brutally killed in a bloody encounter in Maguindanao, Philippines. 2: Panalo! (Winner!) This huge canvass is made by artist Ferdie Montemayor. The painting portrays the sport of Triathlon (Swimming, Biking and Running). 3: Lolong and Loleng A 3D painting done by artist Demetrio Dela Cruz referring to the crocodiles discovered in the Philippines. 4: Karnabal This canvas is made by several artists of Salingpusa group to visualize their dissatisfaction on the socio-political realities after the Marcos regime. 5: “Like Rats It Returns to Its True Form” This art shows more than a hundred of plastic rats swarming on an old building. The old building is known to be a mini replica of the University of Santo Tomas Main Building. 6: Oblivious This art made by Stephanie Lopez is one of the most popular artwork in the museum. This amazing steel wire sculpture represents relationships, sexuality and human frailty. 7: “The Hollow Man” Simple but deep, made by artist Alab Pagarigan. This artwork represents Concrete and Solid Reality, “Only the perceiving mind that makes sense of what is otherwise, senseless and without solidity.” 8: Power and Unity This sculpture is made by Joe Geralde to signify the People Power Revolution, the so-called bloodless revolution last 1986.
4 months ago
For me, artworks are very relaxing to look at. I've been wanting to go Pinto Art Museum since I saw it online. I love the aesthetic aspect I see online and what more if I really go there. I am hoping to travel there soon.
4 months ago
Whenever you’re in Antipolo, dropping by Pinto Art Museum is a must. Known for housing a variety of artworks, it offers a feast for your eyes with its paintings to sculptures to installations. A friendly tip, an hour is definitely not enough to cover the entire museum and I suggest trying their in house cafe, Café Rizal. ☁️🎨
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