ABOUT

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.

ABOUT

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.

NOW ON VIEW

Explore on-going and permanent exhibitions
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Featured Exhibit

HATCH

Where

Cone Room (3rd Floor)

When

Until August 15, 2019

Hatch is one of Manila Bulletin’s innovative projects designed to showcase the creative genius of Filipino artists. Initially, this project was organized for local artists to gather during Easter.

Philippine Art Awards 2019-2020: Quest for Quality

The Philippine Art Awards has, through the years, tried to cast a wide net to offer opportunities for Filipino artists to participate in an open competition in art. This has allowed them to locate their talent and expression in a field with others and to find out where they are at in the landscape of fellow aspirants, who may be peers or mentors, students or seasoned practitioners.

HATCH

Until August 15, 2019

Hatch is one of Manila Bulletin’s innovative projects designed to showcase the creative genius of Filipino artists. Initially, this project was organized for local artists to gather during Easter.

Halo-Halo-Mix-Mix (Family Portraits by Ryan Arbilo)

March 23 to June 22, 2019

Halo-Halo-Mix-Mix is a seventeen-piece black and white photography exhibition of Ryan Arbilo, featuring portraits of mixed-race families taken in seven different cities of Italy. The collection depicts the life of families composed of Filipina mothers, Italian fathers, and biracial children.

Philippine Art Awards 2018: Quest for Quality

The Philippine Art Awards has, through the years, tried to cast a wide net to offer opportunities for Filipino artists to participate in an open competition in art. This has allowed them to locate their talent and expression in a field with others and to find out where they are at in the landscape of fellow aspirants, who may be peers or mentors, students or seasoned practitioners.

Variations of Expression

Philippine contemporary art has moved through phases of stylistic changes. This gallery collection explores such shifts and changes seen through selected pieces from the Yuchengco Museum collection.

CONTACT US

YUCHENGCO MUSEUM

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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