Ayala Museum Presents Face to Face Portraiture in a Digital Age

. January 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Ayala Museum presents Face to Face Portraiture in a Digital Age on view through February 20, 2011.

Featuring works by 14 Australian artists who utilize a range of media including digital photography, video and interactive installation, Ayala Museum, the Australian Embassy in Manila, Asialink and d/Lux/MediaArts present an exhibition which invites you to explore new expressions of portraiture and of the self in a digital age.

Face to Face gives audiences an engaging perspective on how digital technologies are reshaping our understanding of contemporary identity. It opens at the Ground Floor Gallery on January 27, 2011 and Ms. Eliza Roberts of Asialink will hold a floor talk at 4:00 pm on the same date. The exhibition will run until February 20, 2011.

This program is part of the Australian Embassy’s Celebrate Australia 2011 festival to mark Australia Day. For more information, call 757-7117 to 21 local 29 or 35 or email museum_inquiry@ayalamuseum.org

Envisioned in the 1950s by the late artist, Fernando Zobel de Ayala y Montojo, the Ayala Museum became a reality in 1967 as a project of the Ayala Foundation, Inc. (then known as the Filipinas Foundation, Inc.). The museum’s first home was in the Insular Life Building on Ayala Avenue in Makati. In 1974, the first Ayala Museum building on Makati Avenue, designed by the late National Artist for Architecture, Leandro V. Locsin, was inaugurated. The museum’s current building on the corner of De La Rosa Street was formally dedicated on September 28, 2004. It was Ayala’s gift to the Filipino people in celebration of the Ayala Corporation’s 170th anniversary. Led by Leandro Y. Locsin, Jr, the museum was designed by the architectural firm Leandro V. Locsin and Partners.

Image: The Ayala Museum

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