UPDATE: The Lopez Museum and Library will be providing shuttle services from the Art Fair Philippines to the opening reception of Propaganda and vice-versa. The shuttle will depart from The Link on 5 February at 4:30 PM and will have the guests back by 9:00 PM. Seats are limited so please register ASAP.
There will also be an Art Fair organized museum tour on 6 February that will include visits to the Lopez Museum and Library, Ateneo Art Gallery, Jorge B. Vargas Museum, and Project Bakawan Art Festival.
For shuttle service details, call +63 2 6312417 or email email@example.com. For museum tour details and fees, contact Irene Venturina at +63 2 813 0953 or +63 927 425 7853 and email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Through the activation of an integral segment of the Lopez Museum and Library’s collection, the World War II propaganda, and election-related archival materials, Propaganda fleshes out the idea of myth-making and its ability to inspire change in society, and conversely, the formation of a fantasy or outright fallacy packaged as a promise that never gets fulfilled.
Propaganda brings together works of featured artists Nune Alvarado, Santiago Bose, Joey Cobcobo, Don M. Salubayba, and Alvin Yapan along with a selection from the museum and library’s collection of Juan Luna, Félix Resurrección Hidalgo, National Artists Napoleon Abueva, Fernando Amorsolo, Jose Joya, Cesar Legaspi, and J. Elizalde Navarro.
Let your voice be heard: what quality do you value most in a national leader? Click here to answer this one-question survey. Your response will be included in the interactive component of the exhibition.
Please note that the galleries of the Lopez Museum are currently closed in preparation for Propaganda. The library remains open for visitors -Mondays through Saturdays (except holidays), 8 am – 5 pm.
The Lopez Museum and Library is at the ground floor, Benpres Building, Exchange Road corner Meralco Avenue, Pasig City. For more information, call Tina Modrigo at 631-2417 or email email@example.com.