Isa Lorenzo, director of Silverlens Galleries, gives quite the laconic answer when asked about the gallery’s recent change of address. “Our lease ended,” she says, as if to declare, and that’s that. But upon entering the new space, it’s immediately perceptible that there’s more to the story, as far as new beginnings are concerned.
We are excited to share with you our fourth website in thirteen years, still designed by Inksurge Studio.
Aside from the website being completely compatible with your phones, tablets, iPads, etc., we present header images that snapshot our onsite exhibitions, fairs, collaborations, and other important news about our artists; artist portfolios via selected works from their practices; and exhibition catalogs available as downloads.
CNN Philippines | The art gallery as architectural wonder: Silverlens reopens
In 2006, when Silverlens Galleries first opened its doors on Pasong Tamo Extension, there was nothing but car shops on the avenue. The advertising agency Ace Saatchi & Saatchi had not yet opened. Nor had Whitespace, the popular events space, nor Hope Christian School and Ecoplaza.