Vintana is an online art gallery that was founded in 2019 in response to an opportunity in the market to bring Philippine contemporary art to the growing local art scene. It was built on the vision of a cultural awakening to a massive cache of talent that has thus far been inaccessible to a wider audience. We built a website, created relevant, high quality content that we shared on our social media channels, and maintained relationships with the artists, collectors, and our audience.
Since officially launching our website in 2020, Vintana has served as a conduit that facilitates the sharing of Filipino contemporary artists and their work, and art history, and as a platform that is readily available to artists, art collectors, and art lovers.
Vintana is committed to its cause by continuously supporting a growing pool of Filipino artists who come from a diverse range of backgrounds: from established and esteemed members of the Philippine art community, to promising up-and coming artists. We source directly from the artists and catalog them, and handle their marketing and logistics. This simplified process allows artists to focus on creating art and push the boundaries of creativity. Our exhibitions consist of carefully curated works with varied themes and they run indefinitely on our website.
Vintana is also an online magazine on Filipino and global contemporary art. We regularly publish fresh, extensive, unique, engaging, and digestible content on the Article Section on our website, and our respective social media accounts.
Vintana aims to be a premiere cultural institution of Philippine contemporary art that bridges the academic, commercial, and popular aspects of art in service of the art community.
Expand the art community by initiating a cycle wherein people gain greater artistic literacy and appreciation for art that grows the market to the benefit of the Filipino artists.
Cityland Condominium, Tower 1,
H. V. Dela Costa St., Salcedo Village, Makati City,
Metro Manila, Philippines 1227
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