February 7, 2022

My City, My SM, My Art exhibit kicks off National Arts Month

Culture and creativity are once again highlighted in the ongoing exhibit installed at the atrium of SM City Masinag. The exhibit started last Saturday and runs until February 9, 2022 featuring the works of Carlos "Totong" Francisco II, the grandson of the National Artist for Visual Arts, Carlos "Botong" Francisco.

The exhibit also presents the life and works of different artists from Rizal, showcasing talents in photography and painting such as Pinto Art Museum’s Erwin Leaño, Japs Antido, Jerson, Pogs and Jaypee Samson, NCCA Ani ng Dangal Awardee Danny Victoriano and select alumni of University of Rizal System Angono College of Fine Arts, who were featured in the My Art Stop at SM City Masinag in June 2017.

(L-R) SM Supermalls Regional Operations Manager Engr. Dennis Martel, Artist Erwin Leaño,
Artist Carlos 'Totong' Francisco II, SM Supermalls Senior Assistant Vice President Johanna Rupisan


Mallgoers can also catch a rare glimpse of the book at the My Art house, which is inspired Luzon’s Bahay na Bato. The pages of My City, My SM, My Art book contains crafts of masters, modernists, and millennials in a roadshow around the SM Supermalls as far north as the Cordilleras and as far south as General Santos.


My City, My SM, My Art is the latest edition in the My City, My SM series, which celebrates the beauty, culture, traditions and great people in cities around the Philippines where SM has malls. This comes after My City, My SM, which highlights tourism; My City, My SM, My Cuisine, which features heirloom recipes from prominent families around the country, and My City, My SM, My Crafts, a celebration of traditional arts and modern Philippine design.

Visit https://mystorymysm.com/mycitymysmmyart/ and https://www.youtube.com/MyCityMySMMyArt to learn more about the My City, My SM, My Art campaign.

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