Monday, December 02, 2013

Week 46.2 - BenCab Museum

Nestled on a hillside a good distance from Baguio City, BenCab Museum (owned by National Artist for Visual Arts, Benedicto Cabrera), is definitely a must for anyone who visits the province.

The museum may seem small at first glance, but apparently several floors are build into the cliff itself, with the bottom floor containing Cafe Sabel - a recurring theme amongst the artist's works, continuing on towards a pond, a small farm and a mountain that is also owned by the artist.

Visit the place, and I assure you that you won't regret it. Entrance fee is a measly 100 pesos (plus taxi fare which will cost you about 150 for the fifteen minute ride).

For pictures of the exhibits, click the link below to expand the post.


Let there be light.

32 Variations on Sabel

Benguet Houses

Love Positions

Let's Volt In

Oro Plata Mata

Bibak Tribal Dance


Bulol Mandala


Woman with Fan

The Overlook

BenCab's Farms

Dance from V

Golden Sequence


iPen to iPad 1

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iPen to iPad 3

iPen to iPad 5

iPen to iPad 6

iPen to iPad 26

iPen to iPad 7

iPen to iPad 13

iPen to iPad 14

iPen to iPad 24

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iPen to iPad 25

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iPen to iPad 34

Malakith's Ship

Disco Purgatorio

Faking Me

Baby Sandata 2

Wag Mo Damdamin Ang Mga Bagay Dahil And Mga Bagay Ay Walang Damdamin

Tradition and Religion


Ready to Hope

Chronos Incognito

Homage to Frida Kahlo

Santa Mesa: Maynila 1899

Mana: Suuu!



Bandera I

Duck on an Islet

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