• Olivia d'Aboville and Jay Yao
  • Petals and The Evergreen is a parallel meditation by Jay Yao and Olivia d’Aboville on the fragile and austere exquisiteness of nature. Jay Yao posits a series of photos of a coniferous tree he has taken and the process by which he undertakes them as a form of Haiku, invoking the Japanese idea of negative […]

  • April 11 - May 17, 2015



  • Valeria Cavestany
  • The show Chispita, which means sparkle and tipsy in Spanish, is a celebration of life and revelry for Valeria Cavestany, whose equally vivacious paintings and works always bespeak of a bon vivant’s relentless pursuit and passion for life, living to the fullest, drinking til the cup runneth over, or until all hell breaks loose, whichever […]

  • March 21, 2015
Pablo Cubao


  • C-11 South of Market
  • Bonifacio Global City, Taguig 1634 { MAP }

Open Tuesday to Saturday
12:00 to 7:00 PM

+63 (2) 400.7905
fort @ pablo galleries.com


Rocky Mountain High

  • Mike Crisostomo
  • Rocky Mountain High was penned by John Denver as a homage to the snowy mountains of Colorado which he had been very fond of. Typically folksy in a jangly strumming, it’s also an ode to a solitary activity of climbing up a mountain and being overwhelmed by the spectacle of a panoramic view of nature, […]

  • April 28 - June 6, 2015


Pag-Asa Project

  • Auggie Fontanilla
  • Auggie Fontanilla’s 2nd solo exhibit Pag-asa Project is a sort-of culmination of his diaristic drawing ritual. He keeps a journal of his drawings that are akin to old school tattoo flashes, and draws on them everyday as a means for him to transcend the drudgery of routine of work, of errands and domestic chores. This […]

  • March 12, 2015


  • Shop 7, Cubao Expo, Araneta Center
  • Cubao, Quezon City 1109 { MAP }

Open Tuesday to Saturday
12:00 to 7:00 PM

+63 (2) 400.7905 or +63(920) 960.5690
post @ pablogalleries.com