Last Sunday I went with my best buddy and siblings to an Art Fair being held in the busy district of Makati in Manila, Philippines. There was a queue that took quite a while and stretched for a couple blocks before entering the art exhibits.
The event was in a parking lot turned exhibit area in 3 of its floors. There was a lot to look for as it wasn’t just artworks and sculptures, but even jewelry and the arts for sound and motion were represented as well.
Here are some photos I took (this is a really small percentage of works in the gallery).
Very elegant and cute at the same time. I love how playful and organic the shapes of these sculptures are.
Giant origami birds with a simple teal backdrop.
A cool metallic samurai sculpture.
Here are some paintings that can be great backdrops.
A big work of art. It’s very colorful and really striking.
Another sculpture placed on the floor. Below are two more avant-garde sculptures.
Wall installations (the other one is created out of paper cutting).
And to top it off, a few buildings in Makati that can be seen from the rooftop level of the parking lot.