CHASING THE WHITE RABBIT IN PINTO ART GALLERY


It won’t be a surprise to come across Alice hopelessly chasing the white rabbit along the meandering paths of Pinto Art Gallery. Whimsical and colorful, the 1.3 hectare museum and gallery in Antipolo is a grown-up Wonderland.

More than the contemporary visual art in the six galleries and the bulol army in the museum of indigenous art, it is the dreamy landscape that makes this place. The location and the manner the gallery is built, is in its own way an expression of creativity.


  
I love how the white structures blend with the natural verdant terrain. I know I sound like a generic travel magazine, but it is what it is.

The ambience is excellent and it makes the art feel natural and effortless. Like anyone can just pick up paint or mud and create wonderful, beautiful things, instead of the usual shit


Previously, I mentioned museum runs are the sole adult-like thing I do while traveling. Here in Pinto Art Gallery, it hardly feels that way.

The entire experience appeals to the kid inside me, who on good days, almost believes in six impossible things before breakfast.

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