While vacationing at Antipolo, I made sure we’d make a stop at Pinto art museum as I am into Interior design and art in general. I’ve seen it through pictures and I’ve been struck at the many wonderful pieces this museum has in store.
This contemporary museum is positioned at Silangan Gardens located inside a private subdivision in Antipolo, Rizal. The museum sits on a 1.2 hectare lot, yes imagine all that walking, also be prepared to wear lighting for you will be hopping from one gallery to another.
This is the first museum I’ve been to in Manila, and I was amazed by how pretty it is with its open-air galleries in its Mediterranean-inspired villas. From the moment you step in you will be surrounded by picture perfect landscapes and a lot of greenery.
The museum’s site is just majestic, it is definitely refreshing to see art pieces and installations at the garden as compared to the usual set up of being hung from the wall. I discovered that the museum is owned by a doctor who decided to open his art collection to public. I enjoyed exploring this museum with all the statues, antique furniture, doorways, windows, paintings, sculptures and art installations.