Artery Art Space

102 P. Tuazon Blvd., Cubao, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Artery Art Space
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Art Gallery
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 7:00p


  • Sunday
    • Closed
  • Monday
    • Closed
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 7:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 7:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 7:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 7:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 7:00p

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Cindy S.
5.0 Stars

Artery Art Space in P. Tuazon, Cubao is not your typical grand museum or big art galleries. They're more of a commercial gallery and/or artist-run art space. In fact, it just looks like a normal house on the outside, you need to ring the doorbell first and someone will welcome you inside.

The place has an art supply and craft store and a coffee shop/snackbar on the 2nd level.

This is already my third visit and I told myself I really need to review it na! 10084️ I absolutely loved every visit! Each exhibit fulfills my inner "frustrated artist" self. 128513 The exhibit as of the moment is titled "CATATONIC CATURDAY" which features paintings and art pieces from different local artists with cats as subjects. Though I'm more of a dog person, I still loved this one! Every art piece was unique and IG-worthy! 128571 And the awesoMEST thing ever is that they have no entrance fee!

The owner of the place is super friendly. He makes sure to talk and interact to the visitors and give brief backgrounds on the artists and their art. He was there during my first and second visit. On my third visit only Kuya the barista was there, he is super friendly too! And he makes kick-ass pizzadilla! 10084127829

Make sure to try their drinks and food when you visit, they serve good coffee and amazing food! Believe me, I've tried it thrice! 128514 So, see you on the next exhibit? 9786128513

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Norman Lester T.
5.0 Stars

Do you know that there is an artist-run space with multiple functions of a gallery, store, and snack bar in Cubao? Nah? It is only Cindy S who introduced me to Artery Art Space.

One may not recognize it as an artsy place initially. It is located along P. Tuazon, near EDSA. It has a small signage that says ARTERY ART SPACE. Once you reached the entrance, ring the door bell and someone will welcome you to the gallery. Curious about the entrance fee? It's FREE. Artery wants everyone to appreciate art. Artery functions as a studio, exhibition area, and artist residency.

The art exhibits in Artery are not permanent. It changes every month, I suppose. From April 16 to May 07, 2016, Artery is featuring "HYSTERIA" by Valeria Cavestany, Lara de los Reyes, and Maria Jeona Zoleta. Below is from the Hysteria post card from the gallery.

"Hysteria casts three propositions on painting by women who dismantle the conventional muscle of the medium with expressive aplomb, clever comebacks, and sexy bravado that put subjectivity back as something uniquely political."

Cindy and I were so lucky to be accommodated by the mister who maintains the art space. He gave us few backgrounds regarding the artworks and the artists as well. There are currently 8 artworks available for viewing in Artery. Three of these are done by Maria Jeona Zoleta (photo 1 to 3).

Four out of eight are done by Lara de los Reyes who focuses on language and literature. She likes to read and her surroundings are of influence to her works. Refer to photo 4 to 7 to see her works.

Photo 8 is done by Valeria Cavestany. A beautiful piece of art.

For the titles of the artworks, see below.

1. Peanutbutter and Jelly Sanwich Uncanny Valley 3
2. Psychic Painting 6669
3. Psychic Painting Blueballing
4. Abstract Tryouts
5. Who Do I Have To Sleep With?
6. The Writing is on the Wall
7. The Master Does Not Approve
8. Hysterical Women

Pretty cool, right?

Anyway, if you get hungry after appreciating all the artworks here, you can buy at their in-house snack bar. It actually sells artisan chocolate Theo and Philo and the refreshing ginger ale from Standford x Shaw Brewing. I prefer drinking coffee that time so I ordered Iced Hazelnut coffee. Cindy tried their Blueberry Mint iced tea. Both were okay.

We were told that there will be new exhibit starting on May 14. I'm very excited to visit again.

P.S. Don't expect that the place is huge as a museum. The place is rather small but full of art. They have an IG account @arteryartspace.

P.S.S. Parking can be a problem. So I suggest not bringing a car. Good thing Cindy S and I just rode the MRT. Well it's excruciating, but that's another story. 128541

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