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Galerie Roberto

Galerie Roberto

Galerie Roberto

THE BEST PLACE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART IN THE SOUTH

Galerie Roberto is a venue for art exchange that showcases artworks of both Filipino and international artists. Through collective exhibitions and dynamic displays, it undertakes to promote art and aspires to become a repository for valuable and important artworks.


Galerie Roberto sets forth to promote contemporary art in showcasing the works of artists who are well-established and far renowned in their dedicated visual idiom. It acts also as a showcase for emerging artists who share the same vision and commitment in bringing forth ideas that will help them secure a strong hold in their own artistic vision.


The gallery is committed toward significant showings of Philippines and Asian Art and discerning fresh artistic ideas from around the world. The gallery believes in art that probes new frontiers, pays homage to individuality and emulates the diverse ideas and values of societies.


Locating itself in the center of Ayala Alabang, it intends to bring to the south, the energy and vibrancy of the art scene found in the center of the Metro.


Unit 4, Molito Lifestyle Extension Building, Madrigal Avenue, corner Commerce Ave, Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa, 1770 Metro Manila

3D exhibitions

  • Galerie Roberto

    Paradise

    "Paradise", a Solo Exhibition of Lei Manto Lei Manto approaches his first solo exhibition with a critical exploration of the Filipino trope of paradise and destiny. Locating his narrative in the confines of his community and upbringing, Manto intimates a glimpse of his life that has defined his art. This includes the negotiations he pursues that come with his visualizations and imaginings. He exposes the anxiety of the human experience through his search for identity, his understanding of the gestures of positions and power, and decisively, through the collective experience of a social group. This repertoire of works is shaped by the sentimentality of individual motivations and communal interests intersected by the irony of struggle and hope. Manto collaborates with other artists to merge and juxtapose aesthetic sensibilities to ruminate impressions and notions about paradise. Paradise, as an exhibition, attempts to unwrap the materiality of social tensions of a community gentrified by the vanity of art.

    latest works

    • Interview
    • Lei Manto "Paradise"
      60 x 60 inch (h x w)
    • Lei Manto

      Tagpi-tagping Paraiso, 2021
      h = 39 inch
      Resin Sculpture, Acrylic on shaped puzzle canvas
    • Lei Manto x Richard Buxani

      Angelic Child, 2021
      h = 45 inch
      Resin, brass, Stainless steel, Acrylic lacquer paint and Acacia Wood
    • Lei Manto x Demetrio Dela Cruz

      Backpack, 2021
      h = 39 inch
      Resin, brass, copper sheet, Textile and Acacia Wood
    • Lei Manto

      Tagpi-tagping Paraiso, 2021
      48 x 131 inch (h x w)
      Mixed media on Puzzle shaped Canvas
    • Lei Manto

      Studies: Self Doubt I, 2021
      36 x 26 inch (h x w)
      Oil on Puzzle shaped Canvas
    • Lei Manto

      Studies: Self Doubt III, 2021
      36 x 26 inch (h x w)
      Oil on Puzzle shaped Canvas
    • Lei Manto

      Studies: Self Doubt II, 2021
      36 x 26 inch (h x w)
      Oil on Puzzle shaped Canvas
    • Lei Manto

      Self Doubt I, 2021
      48 x 36 inch (h x w)
      Oil on Puzzle shaped Canvas
    • Lei Manto

      Self Doubt II, 2021
      48 x 32 inch (h x w)
      Oil on Puzzle shaped Canvas
    • Lei Manto

      Fallen Angel II, 2021
      48 x 72 inch (h x w)
      Oil on Canvas and mounted Oil on Puzzle shaped canvas
    • Lei Manto

      Self Quarantine, 2021
      60 x 48 inch (h x w)
      Oil on Canvas and Mounted Oil on Puzzle shaped Canvas
    • Lei Manto

      Fill Me, 2021
      72 x 48 inch (h x w)
      Mixed Media on Canvas
    • Lei Manto

      The Emancipator, 2021
      60 x 60 inch (h x w)
      Oil on Puzzle shaped Canvas and Mounted on Acrylic on Canvas
    • Lei Manto

      The Executioner, 2021
      60 x 60 inch (h x w)
      Oil on Puzzle shaped Canvas and Mounted on Acrylic on Canvas
    • Cezar Arro

      Hologram of the Blue Period, 2020
      36 x 36 x 1 inch (h x w x d)
      Oil on canvas
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