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Conectados – A Multimedia Project at Ayala Museum

On November 8, I attended the opening of the Conectados exhibit at the Ayala Museum.  Conectados is a multimedia projected participated by 29 artist from 3 different countries: Philippines, Spain and Mexico.  The museum was packed with the excited crowd of this different type of exhibit.

What is different is that it is not because it’s multi-media and collaboration of 3 different countries, the exhibit will be in public view via video projection of exhibition photographs at five primary locations in the Makati Central Business District: Ayala Museum, Glorietta 5, Greenbelt Fashion Walk, The Link, and Tower One and Exchange Plaza arch. That’s different!

You can of course still visit Ayala Museum to see the actual photographs and also see the photographs being project inside the museum.

Below is the press release for more details about the exhibition.

Here some of the photos and videos of the event:

Group Photos with Fellow Photogs, Luis Liwanag-photographer/exhibitor (under the letter O), Cesar Caballero-Curator (under the letter S) and friends
photo credits to Joel Mataro

From Right to Left: Luis Liwanag-photographer/exhibitor, (extreme right),  Ted Claudio (me), J. Eusebio, George Tapan, Edwin Tuyay, Sten Tyler, Michael Rojas and Joval Villareal
photo credits to Nicasio Mendaro

For more photos of the event, please see my photography friends Facebook albums of the event.  This will require you to login to your Facebook Account:

Thanks guys for sharing your photos.

More photos and videos to be posted ….



MAKATI CITY—Ayala Museum and Embajada de España en Filipinas, in partnership with Instituto Cervantes, Indochina Strings, and the Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines (La Camara), will present CONECTADOS, a multimedia project participated by 29 artists from the Philippines, Spain and Mexico.

The program includes an exhibition of photographs by award-winning local, Spanish and Mexican
photographers at the Ground Floor Gallery of Ayala Museum from November 9-25, 2012. Featured
photographers include Jaime Zobel, Neal Oshima, Frankie Callaghan, Rosscapili, Kidlat de Guia, and Wig
Tysmans (Philippines); Cesar Caballero, Suso33, Emilio Vigara Leyva, Nacho Sayas, Jose Manuel Navia, Txema Salvans (Spain); Luis Arango, Cecilia Hurtado, Santiago Arau, and Pablo Lopez Luz (Mexico).
World-renowned Spanish multimedia artist Suso33 will conduct a one of kind laser graffiti performance during the launch on November 8, 2012.

Premiering also on November 8 is the public video projection of exhibition photographs at five primary
locations in the Makati Central Business District: Ayala Museum, Glorietta 5, Greenbelt Fashion Walk, The Link, and Tower One and Exchange Plaza arch. The public multimedia projections will be conducted from until November 12 from 6:00-11:00 PM, but will also be viewable inside Ayala Museum during the whole exhibition period.

Several collateral activities, including lectures, workshops and film screenings, are lined up in the duration of
CONECTADOS. These will be held at Ayala Museum, Instituto Cervantes, and Kanto Gallery at The Collective.

CONECTADOS is co-curated by Cesar Caballero, Spanish artist residing in the Philippines, and Kenneth
Esguerra, Ayala Museum’s Senior Curator and Head of Conservation.

For more information about CONECTADOS, visit, email, or call 757-7117 to 21.

Credits: Photos are credited accordingly as part of the press release. Event photos credits as mentioned.

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  • The artworks look really great. I also saw in the news the public display of multimedia presentation of the artworks. This would encourage more people to appreciate the arts.

  • Jerwel De Perio

    Photos do really contain thousand words and story.

  • Great exhibit and event. Photos are rich indeed with different kind of message.

  • I love the concept of conectados. I love the fact that they got this concept of connecting different artists and local scenes through an exhibit. I want to see this ~

  • captured moments we seem to take for granted everyday all in one, surreal!

  • Great surreal exhibit. I can still go and see it myself.

  • Chef Jasper

    Wow. what an exhibit. I’m thinking entrance is one hundred bucks I take it?

  • Vonn Angelie David

    great photos.. i like the composition of majority as well as the subject choice

  • myrnz

    Great exhibit of great photos, really inspiring, different images. I admire artists , photographers capturing great moments.

  • These art works are really one of a kind. If only Ayala Museum is friendly to photographers, I would definitely go there.

  • Tess Chancellor

    This one of my favorite thing to do, watch a photo or art exhibit.

  • I envy you for having the chance to attend this one great event.. hope they will have another one in the future, ..and invite me 🙂

  • Maria Gemma Defeo-Hilotin

    I am sure this is another learning and social experience for you! I love the concept of connectedness!.. and love the from Philippines photo!

  • Teresa Martinez

    When like-minded people come together, success in inevitable. This is one great project in the field of photography.

  • I wish I can experience to attend a photo exhibit event someday! great photos by the way 🙂

  • Capturing moments in a photo is priceless, more so if it’s captured by a pro. Beautiful photos 🙂

  • I may say this is an excellent collaboration between Philippines, Spain and Mexico. Despite the diversity of culture, this exhibit make us all one..

  • Nice! I’d love to see this exhibit.

  • Nakakadisorient ang video. Pero okay lang. Kasi it would invite you to personally go to the exhibit. =)

  • This is surely a great experience of you. I have not done attending exhibit for a long time.

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