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Makati brings art to everyday living

 

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Chairman of Ayala Land Fernando Zobel de Ayala (extreme right) joins Senior Vice President of Ayala Land Me-Ann Dy, Art Fair’s Lisa Periquet, Trickie Lopa, Director of Mind Set Art Center Queena Chu, and Japanese Artist Shinji Ohmaki in front of Ohmaki’s ‘Gravity and Grace’ display.

IN the central business district of Makati, the master-planned metro has become a thriving, dynamic community, one that nurtures not only progress and productivity, but also an appreciation for the arts.

“Art makes a place more interesting and adds soul to a space,” said Cathy Bengzon, Marketing head of Ayala Land Estates and Corporate Brand. “Developing our estates as a center for art, and adding art to its public spaces is intrinsic to the way we have been developing our communities. We want to make sure that we bring art closer to everyone.”

More than just being an economic capital, the city has always been a center for art, integrating into its development key venues for art such as the Ayala Museum and The Link Carpark in Ayala Center which serves as the home of the annual Philippine Art Fair.

Through incorporating design and dynamism, one can work, live, and play in the country’s top commercial district, surrounded by vibrant colors that reflect modern life.

For more information, visit www.makeitmakati.com.


 
 

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