Silverlens in Makati: One of the Leading Contemporary Art Galleries in Southeast Asia
With a goal to transcend borders across art galleries in Asia, Silverlens Manila has broken the walls that distance people from Filipino contemporary art and its communities through its continuous support of artists and their craft.
Silverlens Manila featuring Modal (2015) and Homage to Eduardo Chillida (2015) by Arturo Luz, 2023 / IMAGE from Silverlens (Manila/New York)
Not only does Silverlens Manila hold art fairs and gallery collaborations, but the international gallery has also committed itself to represent artists, partner with various institutions, and hold art consultancy to foster a deeper understanding and appreciation of Filipino contemporary artists and their masterpieces in the global arena.
Spirited Traces by Santiago Bose at Silverlens Manila, 2023 / IMAGE from Silverlens (Manila/New York)
With continuous efforts from Director Isa Lorenzo, who founded the gallery in 2004, and Co-director Rachel Rillo who joined Lorenzo in 2007, Silverlens Manila has become one of the leading contemporary art galleries in Southeast Asia to date.
Hoarding Fossils in Blankets by Patricia Perez Eustaquio at Silverlens Manila, 2020 / IMAGE from Silverlens (Manila/New York)
In September 2022, the gallery has also opened its doors in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, broadening its international scope and bringing its diverse roster of artists to a new global audience.
A Spectacle of Coming Together by Bernardo Pacquing at Silverlens Manila, 2020 / IMAGE from Silverlens (Manila/New York)
Silverlens Manila is located at 263 Chino Roces Avenue, Makati City, open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. To get updates on its latest exhibitions, follow them on Facebook at Silverlens Galleries or on Instagram at @silverlensgallery. You may also check out their website to know more about Silverlens Manila and New York.
Featured image from Silverlens (Manila/New York)