Pintô Manhattan Manila 2
Through October 15, 201874 Franklin St, TriBeCa, New York City
On October 4, 2018 Pintô held an opening reception for Pintô Manhattan Manila 2, where works of 30 contemporary Philippine artists were exhibited for 2 weeks at an offsite location at 74 Franklin Street in TriBeCa. This was the third international exhibition by Pintô International, and sales from the exhibition benefitted the Asian Cultural Council and Pintô Art Museum. The show made its debut last year at Donna Karan's Urban Zen in the West Village, followed by a June 2018 showing in Tokyo.
Honorary Chairs for the event were David and Susan Rockefeller, and Ambassador Teodoro and Louie Locsin. Chairs were Dr. Joven Cuanang and Dr. Luca Parolari. The exhibit was curated by Antonio Leaño. The Benefit Committee included Alice Eduardo, Carla Villacorta, Ernest Escaler, Federico De Vera, Joanna De Asis, Jorge Ortoll, Josie Natori, Lav Diaz, Mercedes Zobel, Rafe Totengco.
The Pintô Manhattan Manila 2 on display in TriBeCa
Pintô Manhattan Manila 2 art exhibition opens in NY
Pintô brings Filipino art to New York City
Pintô Manhattan Manila
Through May 22, 2017Urban Zen, 711 Greenwich St, New York City
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