The Yuchengco Museum opened its doors to the public in September 2005. Its primary goal is to foster a greater public appreciation of art through the finest international as well as local, cultural, historical, and design exhibits and programs. Located in Makati, the heart of Metro Manila’s financial district, the Museum is not only a “temple” that showcases art, but also a “forum” of exchange, debate, and education.

The Museum was created to house the art collection of Ambassador Alfonso T. Yuchengco, and highlight his distinguished career as a businessman, diplomat, collector, philanthropist, patron of the arts, and advocate for education in the Philippines and beyond.


Fernando Amorsolo: Partnership with The Danilo Soriano Family Foundation and The Fernando C. Amorsolo Art Foundation

The Yuchengco Museum is deeply honored and grateful to receive five remarkable paintings by National Artist Fernando Amorsolo, a generous bequest from The Danilo Soriano Family Foundation. This significant contribution enriches our Main Gallery, aligning seamlessly with our year-long exhibition showcasing the Yuchengco Group’s corporate collection of Amorsolo masterpieces. The synergy between Yuchengco Museum's commitment to promoting artistic legacies and the Fernando C. Amorsolo Art Foundation's dedication to preserving the Maestro's unique style is truly commendable. Together, we continue to foster appreciation for Philippine art and heritage. This collaboration not only pays tribute to Dr. Danilo Buenaflor Soriano, a Filipino physician based in the US but also propels us toward a future filled with more art, learning, and community support.

Blue Horizons by Glenn A. Bautista (RCBC Corporate Art Collection)

"Blue Horizons" by Glenn A. Bautista Curated from RCBC's corporate art collection Bautista, a luminary in Philippine art, received training from UST, UP College of Fine Arts, and even the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Germany. His artistic legacy, woven with shades of blue and expansive horizons, reflects a profound connection to both the physical and spiritual dimensions. Let his artwork transport you to a place of gratitude for life's experiences, painted in hues of blue and boundless horizons. Experience the magic of Glenn A. Bautista's journey, where every brushstroke tells a story of gratitude and wonder. Don't miss out on this extraordinary exhibition!

Dancing with Artifacts: Ramon Arevalo Obusan

Dancing with Artifacts is an exhibit highlighting the objects, textiles & research from the collection of Ramon Arevalo Obusan (National Artist for Dance). Ramon Obusan’s collection showcases his study and immersion into the local culture of the different regions in the Philippines, the history behind the traditions and how they have been passed on through generations.



RCBC Plaza, Corner Ayala Avenue and Senator Gil J. Puyat Avenue
Makati, 1200 Metro Manila, Philippines
Monday - Saturday / 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.


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