Level up your gallery hopping

Find peace and meaning in this world this October as museums and galleries are celebrated this month.
Here are some art spaces to explore this weekend:

1. Gravity Art Space

Founded by artist Indy Paredes in 2021, Gravity Art Space (GAS) showcases for contemporary art. From its name Gravity, its mission is grounded by the collaborative relationships between space, artists, curators, and the public.

There’s an ongoing solo exhibition by Roman Soleño titled Temple Street. It shows perspectives that “cracks and crevices of hidden and free society, and maybe a monumentalism infrastructure governing, suppressing, and caging it.”

The show runs till 14 October. The gallery is open every Tuesday to Saturday, 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Mother Ignacia Avenue in Quezon City.

Photograph courtesy of ccp

2. Cultural Center of the Philippines

Grab the chance to drop by its galleries before its temporary closure by the end of the year.
CCP welcomes both onsite and virtual gallery viewing. All exhibits are free. Check out their official website to view the available exhibits www.culturalcenter.gov.ph.

Photograph courtesy of ArtistSpace

3. ArtistSpace

ArtistSpace opens its doors to a new show for museum and galleries month that centers on women.

Shows are held every two weeks.

The solo exhibition of Filipino visual artist Maryrose Gisbert displays brightly-colored and richly-textured canvases. The show is entitled Tribute to Filipino Women: Power beyond reach and beauty beyond what the eye can see.

Available until 19 October at the Ground Level, Ayala Museum Annex, Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Makati City.

Photograph courtesy of Art Underground

4. Art Underground

Established in 2014, Art Underground is a contemporary visual arts gallery where artists express their art through different mediums such as painting, sculpture, installation, and new media.
Art Underground aims to inspire “ingenuity, curiosity, and innovation through the experience of art.”
Marc Aran Reyes’ Playing Invisible show will be viewed until 14 October.
Art Underground is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. every Monday to Saturday. They will move to their new location at 2F Mabini180, 180 A. Mabini, Brgy. Addition Hills, San Juan, Metro Manila.

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