January 12, 2018

Archivo 1984 Museum in Makati: A one of a kind museum for OPM

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    Are you tired of the usual museums that you’ve already gone to? Perhaps you’re looking for something different and somewhere close to where you live or work?

    Just when you think you’ve visited almost all the museums in Makati City, one museum comes up and is eagerly waiting for your visit.

    Located in La Fuerza Compound, 2241 Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City is Archivo 1984 Gallery. As the names states, this art gallery was founded in 1984 by an archivist who’s into collecting local art and memorabilia. What makes Archivo 1984 stand out is their love of Philippine art that is always present in the museum.

    There are different forms of art such as paintings, photographs, sculptures, literature, film, and much more. Another interesting thing is their compilation of OPM records that are decades, sometimes even centuries old. On some days, they have film showings of old Filipino films where fans can relive the best from the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s.

    Makati a bit too far for you? Archivo has another branch in Pasay City called The CCP Shop by Archivo 1984.

    Discover art in a new habitat at Archivo 1984, a perfect place to spend those days where you just want to relax and appreciate art. If you’re feeling stuck while your creative juices aren’t in favor, maybe this gallery will help you.

    For more information and inquiries, you may contact them through their phone (02) 832 6191 or email, info@archivo1984.com. They are open from 1 pm to 8 pm, Mondays to Saturdays and are available by appointment on Sundays.


    Images source: Archivo 1984 Facebook page
    Written by Edlaine “Mintzy” C. Flor

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