CCP launches new exhibition space as main building undergoes rehabilitation

In a bid to continue showcasing the country’s vibrant art scene, the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) has found a temporary abode for its exhibitions as its main building undergoes a major rehabilitation project spanning the next three years.

Set to open its doors on May 16, the CCP will unveil its new exhibition space at the Bulwagang Roberto Chabet or the TIG Gallery, located on the third floor of the CCP Blackbox Theater, also known as the Tanghalang Ignacio Gimenez.

This exhibition space will also serve as the launchpad for the annual exhibit of the Association of Pinoyprintmakers, aptly titled “Space/Place.” Showcasing the works of 37 talented artists, this captivating event will run until June 18, allowing art enthusiasts to immerse themselves in a diverse range of artistic expressions.