This Free Exhibit at the Ayala Museum Is a Look Into Art History

It's the perfect Christmas gift for all!

(SPOT.ph) We often live for great deals, whether a buy-one-take-one promo at your favorite sneaker store or a 50% discount on airfare. Free entrance to museums and galleries is probably the best of all, especially if you're an art buff. This season, Ayala Museum opens the exhibit Shell Perspective: Art as Guide at their Walkway Gallery, just in time for Christmas—and yes, entrance is free.

"Tondo Scene" by Manuel Sanga (1961)
"Gandara" by Esnesto Villanueva (1971)
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"Rizal Monument" by Edgar Doctor (1964)

The exhibit showcases the winning works from Shell's annual National Student Art Competition since it started in 1951. It features 26 artists with each piece representing the ever-evolving art and culture scene in the country. Works range from the traditional to modern and use various medium, including oil/acrylic, sculpture, watercolor, and digital arts.

Sculpture by Jan Andrew B. Denila (2014)
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Filipino art masters like Benedicto Cabrera, Juvenal Sansó, and Ang Kiukok were also once student-artists recognized by Shell.

Shell Perspective: Art as Guide runs until January 13 at 2/F Walkway Gallery, Ayala Museum, Makati Avenue corner De La Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park, Makati City. It is closed on December 24 and 25, and December 31 and January 1. For more information, visit Ayala Museum's website.

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