PHOTOS: These Works-in-Progress Are Getting Us Excited for Manila Biennale

The art festival opens on February 3.

(SPOT.ph) With less than a week before the opening of Manila Biennale, Intramuros in Manila is busier than ever as the installation of artworks and stations continues. The art festival is expected to happen from February 3 to March 5 at various gardens, plazas, chambers, and museums within the Walled City. The plan is for the festival to be held once every two years for the continuous promotion of the heritage and history of Manila.

 

We're checking out all the works-in-progress as we wait for the exhibits to officially open.

 


Mural by Anjo Bolarda

 


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"Angel of Death and Bronze Bullets" by Agnes Arellano (Fort Santiago)

 


Art installation of shoe lasts and toy guns by Pete Jimenez (Fort Santiago Gate)

 


Kawayan de Guia's work-in-progress

 

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"Children of War" by Oca Villamiel (Guadalupe Tunnel, Fort Santiago)

 

 

 

 

 

Manila Biennale 2018 runs from February 3 to March 5 in Intramuros, Manila. Day passes, priced at P880, are available through opencity@manilabiennale.ph or on-site at the ticket booths. For more information, visit Manila Biennale's website.

 

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