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As far as Contemporary art goes, this is a an excellent museum with some of the best contemporary art I have seen outside Manila... and much of it deeper, greater in quantity, and better presented. Megaworld seems to know what they're doing, and I think...More
For an entrance fee of PhP 100, you would get an access to visit the collection inside the museum. While people brush up on their culture, one can visit their souvenir shops. Their restrooms are nice and clean, the attendants and staff are very courteous...More
It was one building with 3 floors but I felt like I am being transported to different places and history. Every artist has his/her unique way of conveying his/her message through art. I may not be an expert of this niche but it is very-worth...More
Visit the Iloilo Museum of Contemporary Art and expose yourself to a wide collection of artworks. Step into a world of art by Filipinos and be amazed by the inspiration of these artists for their works.
being in a building accentuating and featuring Iloilo's finest General, Martin Delgado, it showcases numerous contemporary pieces to satiate your art-inclined soul. built in a string of edifices called the Festive Walk, it surely wold be best to add ILOMOCA to your list of destinations...More
Thoroughly enjoyed our visit to my birth city's first contemporary art museum... three floors of amazing collections of work from Ilonggo, Filipino and international artists including Joan Miro and Chagall!
I could easily spend hours here looking at all the pieces! Entrance fees are at...More
My family of 9 visited this place located at Festive walk, Megaworld. I can see a museum shop inside and a room with pictures of General Martin Delgado, first governor of Iloilo(1905-1906) at the ground floor.There is no entrance fee but they charge P80 for...More
an hour's visit is not enough... and given that they will rotate in new works every three months, that's a good reason to keep dropping by from time to time!! Three thumbs up to Iloilo's version of New York's MOMA!!! hehehe.. borrowed one thumb from...More
This museum was opened to the public just a week ago (last March 17, 2018) and yet it is already drawing crowds of all ages! Exhibited on three levels are works of contemporary artists. I noticed that the works on display ... mostly paintings and...More