Admittedly, I am not an art lover. Sure, I do know how to appreciate beautiful things, and paintings, sculptures, pottery, etc. But art lover in a sense that I would really try to understand the artist’s message and debate my interpretation on a piece with someone? Not really. So my exploration of the Pinto Art museum in Antipolo City is just basically appreciating the wonderful works of the extra wonderful artists who shared their passion for all to see, including this art dummy. Does that make me less human?
Pinto Art Museum is simply awesome! All the nooks and crannies are filled with interesting pieces, thanks to its museum’s designer and director, Antonio Leaño. PAM is a private museum owned by Dr. Joven Cuanang who passionately support local contemporary and indigenous art.
The place is simply postcard perfect.
No corners left vacant.
This old door gives off a Spanish-era vibes.
Paintings adorned the walls, feast your eyes on them.
Indigenous Art Museum
This art is actually made of textile and thread.
There is a garden dedicated to Dr. Jose P. Rizal and his forever love, Leonor Rivera.
Even the CR is IG worthy!
There is so much more to see and discover at Pinto Art Museum. They have cafes too, Cafe Rizal and Cafe Tan-aw, if you want to cool down after all that walking around the vast museum complex.
Open: Everyday except Monday
Entrance: PhP200 for adults, discounted price for students and SC.