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by: The Beat Asia
January 19, 2023
Art Fair Philippines 2023 is returning to its home at The Link in Ayala Center, Makati City, following its 10-day hybrid event in 2022.
Art Fair Philippines was established in 2013 and has since become the premier venue in presenting the best of modern and contemporary visual arts in the country. Apart from supporting Filipino artists, the fair is also committed to expanding Filipinos' knowledge of the visual arts by bringing the discipline closer to the public.
This year's Art Fair Philippines will be held Feb. 17-19 (10 AM-9 PM), a weekend. If you want to attend its first day, we advise you to start filing your vacation leaves as early as now!
While Art Fair Philippines has yet to release details about what to expect from the event, a list of its art exhibitors may be found on its website, including Leon Gallery, Sulyap Gallery by Tahanan Pottery, Silverlens, Artemis Art, and independent photographer Jes Aznar, among many others. Apart from exhibited artworks, the event will also feature tours, talks, and workshops.
Tickets to the event are also now on sale online! A regular day pass costs P450, while students with valid IDs, senior citizens, and persons with disabilities may get their tickets for only P350 each. Tickets for Makati students with valid IDs are priced at P200.
Concession tickets are only available on-site upon presentation of IDs. Those who wish to buy regular tickets on the day of the event may do so on-site at the 4th floor reception of The Link.
If you're going with a group of more than 10 persons, it is recommended to email Art Fair Philippines in advance through [email protected]
Get your tickets here.
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