Pinto Art Museum, Antipolo City

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Art Gallery
Nestled amid lush landscaped gardens, Pinto Art Museum features works by modern and contemporary artists in open-air, Mediterranean-style villas. Art installations here merge with elements of nature, instead of hanging rigidly from the gallery walls. Walk the green lawns dotted with stone, metal, and wax statues, and look for a meditation garden behind a white chapel. When you find it, inspect the drawers with anonymous letters written by visitors and dedicated to their lost loves--an interactive art project run by the museum. The galleries boast many pieces of mixed media art, oil paintings, embroidery, and wire sculptures, as well as traditional Philippine paintings showing scenes from everyday life. Make Pinto Art Museum a centerpiece of your Antipolo City vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Antipolo City itinerary builder.
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  • Gone were the days were people would go here to appreciate Art, majority of the visitors would stand against visual pieces for the Instagram feed.  more »
  • Came here to see the Gallery of modern art and were pleasantly surprised by the beauty of the Park. Here you can spend the whole day, consider the exhibits, enjoy nature and relax in the numerous comfortable sofas. The Café also liked-great choice, normal prices. But I recommend that you go on a weekday, weekend, a lot of people.
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  • Not much to offer given the price of the admission fee (P200/adult, P100 student with student ID). The subject of the art pieces are mostly negative. I was expecting a good mix of positive and negativ...  more »
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  • Beautiful atmosphere. Half of the area is outdoors, so it would be advisable to bring water (though there's a cafe inside; kinda on the pricey side). I really enjoyed the social relevance and life commentaries of the art pieces. There's a section dedicated to indigenous art, a simulated bamboo garden indoors, and more. I heartily recommend this place to any art lovers. If you're a student, be sure to bring your school ID. There's a discount price for that (around P100 I think)
  • A private art collection that is open to the public. the architecture is reminiscent of Greek design. thousands of different art styles and genres. nice restaurants. they can also provide tour guides.
  • A great place to hang out and oogle at really cool art works. Plus they have a restaurant inside so you can grab a quick bite should you ever get hubgry from touring the place.
  • Great place to appreciate nature and art. Make sure to use comfy shoes, hydrate and wear comfy clothes because the hot weather and the ladscape can be a great challenge as you go around. Make sure your camera batt is full too! Lots of great pics to take!
  • Although I'm more of a linguistic than artistic person, I would say this place is one for the books. The place is tastefully landscaped, the paintings are startlingly impressive, and the architecture is superb.