Artistic ways to love malling

Jose Gabriel Naguiat

Jose Gabriel Naguiat

AS French novelist Honore de Balzac once said, “Love is not only a feeling, it is also art.”

As an avid supporter of the arts and propagator of culture, Ayala Malls is gathering the most talented, young artists in the country, and provides for them a canvas on which they can fully express their love for life and their passions.

Launch on February 12, the series dubbed “HeART” will stage awe-inspiring exhibits in many Ayala Malls around the country. It will feature artistic masterpieces—from the evocative to the quirky—will tickle the human imagination.

In Glorietta, find the beautiful works of artist Mercedes Olondriz and renowned crafter and pattern designer Alessandra Lanot. Camy Francisco-Cabral and The Googly-Gooeys will be beautifying the spaces of Market!Market! and Serendra, respectively.

Though more known as a couturier, designer Francis Libiran is also an artist nonetheless and his romantic interpretations will be showcased in Greenbelt.

Filipino-American graffiti artist Dee Jae Pa’este creates an artwork reflecting a “mixture of old world aesthetics and new world consciousness in Bonifacio High Street.

In Alabang Town Center, Bambi Manosa and Kids4Kids, Sam Galvez-Lorenzo of Village Art Gallery, and Patrick Cabral of Bucketfeet will display their creative whims at the live art presentation.

Young artists—Kris Abrigo, Egg Fiasco and Seikon—proudly share their more contemporary touches in Trinoma, while UP Town Center allows the graffiti-inspired art of Drone takes center stage.

EXL D, another wildly talented young artist, paints the spaces of Fairview Terraces with colorful imaginings of everyday life, taking inspiration from pop-culture.

At the Marquee Mall in Pampanga, Marcushiro and Bru of Electrolychee will amaze the public with their colorful vector art and hand-drawn imagery. Renowned young artist Farley Del Rosario’s amusing works, on the other hand, will be on display in Harbor Point Mall.

Down south in Solenad, Serin and The District Imus, artists Tripp 63, Chill, BLIC, and Fine Arts students of Adventist University of the Philippines will bring a thriving street vibe through colorful, graffiti-inspired art work.

Catch community-based artists for the Vismin Malls. At Abreeza Mall, visual art students from the University of Mindanao explore the “Lov’em” theme in different media.

Discover and relish the creative whims inspired by love, only at Ayala Malls.


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