Pinto Art Gallery: An immersive art experience

Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo, Rizal, is more than just an “Instagrammable” destination.

Pinto Art Museum is what most people nowadays would consider “Instagrammable.” It’s more than just a snapshot-worthy art gallery and museum, however. It’s also a place to learn more about our country’s rich history and appreciate the depth and breadth of our amazing local art talent.

And hey, did you know that you can have your reception in this lovely respite of a place too? I asked the front office out of curiosity. The hours when you can rent sections of the site are limited though, plus they don’t allow other caterers, so you’ll have to be okay with the Mediterranean-inspired menu of their in-house one.

Located at Antipolo, Rizal, they are open Tuesdays through Sundays, from 09:00 a.m. to 06:00 p.m. Regular tickets are Php 200. each. Call (02) 697 1015.


Somebody help me identify this artwork.

Gaia by Daniel Delacruz (2012)



Mr. Moo Wears A Leopard Hoodie by Plet Bolipata (2010)

Detail of Trojan Horsey by Piet Bolipata

Thanks to Doi Domasian for this stolen shot, LOL.

Lazaro by Salvador Alonday (Tried to find out when this lovely piece of art was created, but Google failed me, gasp!)

Lingon sa pinanggalingan by Emmanuel Garibay (1995)

Detail of Power and Unity by Joe Geralde (2010)

Oblivious by Stephanie Lopez (2010)


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