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Photo courtesy of the Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Foundation archives. Art and Martial Law Film screening and forum with Dr. Maria Serena Diokno, Dr. Flaudette May Datuin, and Howie Severino 3 May, Wednesday, 4pm Tanghalang Manuel Conde (CCP Dream Theate...

22 March to 30 April 2017 Pasilyo Victorio Edades (4F Hallway Gallery) Kristo y Kristos inspiration comes from one of the most important icons in Philippine Catholicism and its devoted worshipers who fanatically gather each year in millions to give r...

Please be advised that the CCP galleries will be closed from April 11 to 17 in observance of Holy week and from April 28 to May 1 for the 30th ASEAN Summit. Our current exhibitions You Are Here, Lying In State, Kristo y Kristos and Another World may...

The Cultural Center of the Philippines, with support from Pablo Gallery, recently opened Kristo y Kristos, a solo exhibition by Auggie Fontanilla, last March 22. In line with the exhibit, artist Auggie Fontanilla will be giving an Artist Talk on 7 Ap...

Art and martial law: Taking on the elephant in the room Early modernist painter Cesar Legaspi hit his stride in the Philippine artworld during the martial law period but he did not ascend to National Artist status till Corazon Aquino s term.Between ...

A lone being sends signals out into space. The message is simple-a gesture of kinship. An invitation to say: Ako pud. Me too. Russ Ligtas, in his first solo exhibition after seven years, broadcasts into the void a simulation of an individual s reali...

This launching exhibit of National Artist Cesar Legaspi s birth centenary will be pegged on the artist s public art projects and state commissions including those from the collections of the Cultural Center of the Philippines, the Malaca an Palace Pr...

This exhibit s inspiration comes from one of the most important icons in Philippine Catholicism and its devoted worshippers who fanatically gather each year in millions to give reverence to the holy icon. The Black Nazarene is an image of Christ whos...

Opening reception: 28.03 18:00 Viewers may interact with the artist from 13:00 - 18:00 on all Saturdays of the exhibit. Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (Small Gallery) CCP Main Theater Building, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City Viewing hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 1...

In line with current exhibition, You Are Here, the Cultural Center of the Philippines will be hosting a presentation entitled "Uncovering Abstraction" by Arianna Mercado on Saturday, March 11, at 2pm at the Bulwagang Carlos V. Francisco. Admission is...



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Photo courtesy of the Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Foundation archives. Art and Martial Law Film screening and forum with Dr. Maria Serena Diokno, Dr. Flaudette May Datuin, and Howie Severino 3 May, Wednesday, 4pm Tanghalang Manuel Conde (CCP Dream Theate...

22 March to 30 April 2017 Pasilyo Victorio Edades (4F Hallway Gallery) Kristo y Kristos inspiration comes from one of the most important icons in Philippine Catholicism and its devoted worshipers who fanatically gather each year in millions to give r...

Please be advised that the CCP galleries will be closed from April 11 to 17 in observance of Holy week and from April 28 to May 1 for the 30th ASEAN Summit. Our current exhibitions You Are Here, Lying In State, Kristo y Kristos and Another World may...

The Cultural Center of the Philippines, with support from Pablo Gallery, recently opened Kristo y Kristos, a solo exhibition by Auggie Fontanilla, last March 22. In line with the exhibit, artist Auggie Fontanilla will be giving an Artist Talk on 7 Ap...

Art and martial law: Taking on the elephant in the room Early modernist painter Cesar Legaspi hit his stride in the Philippine artworld during the martial law period but he did not ascend to National Artist status till Corazon Aquino s term.Between ...

A lone being sends signals out into space. The message is simple-a gesture of kinship. An invitation to say: Ako pud. Me too. Russ Ligtas, in his first solo exhibition after seven years, broadcasts into the void a simulation of an individual s reali...

This launching exhibit of National Artist Cesar Legaspi s birth centenary will be pegged on the artist s public art projects and state commissions including those from the collections of the Cultural Center of the Philippines, the Malaca an Palace Pr...

This exhibit s inspiration comes from one of the most important icons in Philippine Catholicism and its devoted worshippers who fanatically gather each year in millions to give reverence to the holy icon. The Black Nazarene is an image of Christ whos...

Opening reception: 28.03 18:00 Viewers may interact with the artist from 13:00 - 18:00 on all Saturdays of the exhibit. Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (Small Gallery) CCP Main Theater Building, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City Viewing hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 1...

In line with current exhibition, You Are Here, the Cultural Center of the Philippines will be hosting a presentation entitled "Uncovering Abstraction" by Arianna Mercado on Saturday, March 11, at 2pm at the Bulwagang Carlos V. Francisco. Admission is...



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Photo courtesy of the Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Foundation archives. Art and Martial Law Film screening and forum with Dr. Maria Serena Diokno, Dr. Flaudette May Datuin, and Howie Severino 3 May, Wednesday, 4pm Tanghalang Manuel Conde (CCP Dream Theate...

22 March to 30 April 2017 Pasilyo Victorio Edades (4F Hallway Gallery) Kristo y Kristos inspiration comes from one of the most important icons in Philippine Catholicism and its devoted worshipers who fanatically gather each year in millions to give r...

Please be advised that the CCP galleries will be closed from April 11 to 17 in observance of Holy week and from April 28 to May 1 for the 30th ASEAN Summit. Our current exhibitions You Are Here, Lying In State, Kristo y Kristos and Another World may...

The Cultural Center of the Philippines, with support from Pablo Gallery, recently opened Kristo y Kristos, a solo exhibition by Auggie Fontanilla, last March 22. In line with the exhibit, artist Auggie Fontanilla will be giving an Artist Talk on 7 Ap...

Art and martial law: Taking on the elephant in the room Early modernist painter Cesar Legaspi hit his stride in the Philippine artworld during the martial law period but he did not ascend to National Artist status till Corazon Aquino s term.Between ...

A lone being sends signals out into space. The message is simple-a gesture of kinship. An invitation to say: Ako pud. Me too. Russ Ligtas, in his first solo exhibition after seven years, broadcasts into the void a simulation of an individual s reali...

This launching exhibit of National Artist Cesar Legaspi s birth centenary will be pegged on the artist s public art projects and state commissions including those from the collections of the Cultural Center of the Philippines, the Malaca an Palace Pr...

This exhibit s inspiration comes from one of the most important icons in Philippine Catholicism and its devoted worshippers who fanatically gather each year in millions to give reverence to the holy icon. The Black Nazarene is an image of Christ whos...

Opening reception: 28.03 18:00 Viewers may interact with the artist from 13:00 - 18:00 on all Saturdays of the exhibit. Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (Small Gallery) CCP Main Theater Building, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City Viewing hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 1...

In line with current exhibition, You Are Here, the Cultural Center of the Philippines will be hosting a presentation entitled "Uncovering Abstraction" by Arianna Mercado on Saturday, March 11, at 2pm at the Bulwagang Carlos V. Francisco. Admission is...



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