List of public art in Metro Manila

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This is a list of public art in Metro Manila organized by city and municipality.

This list applies only to works of public art accessible in an outdoor public space. For example, this does not include artwork visible inside a museum.

City of Manila[edit]

Image Title / Individual Commemorated Location Date Sculptor/ Designer Source Coordinates
Adolfo López Mateos Plaza Mexico, Intramuros Luis Antonio Sanguino 14°35′56″N 120°58′51″E / 14.59891°N 120.98090°E / 14.59891; 120.98090 (Adolfo Lopez Monument)
Alexander Pushkin Mehan Garden, Ermita 2010 Grigory Potosky
[1]
14°35′31″N 120°58′51″E / 14.591932°N 120.980851°E / 14.591932; 120.980851 (Alexander Pushkin Statue)
Andres Bonifacio Ermita 1998 Eduardo Castrillo 14°21′10″N 120°35′06″E / 14.3527°N 120.5851°E / 14.3527; 120.5851 (Andres Bonifacio Shrine)
Manilajf8528 40.JPG Andrés de Urdaneta, Miguel López de Legazpi Intramuros 1893 Agustí Querol Subirats 14°35′02″N 120°58′32″E / 14.58389°N 120.97549°E / 14.58389; 120.97549 (Monument to Legazpi and Urdaneta)
Arch of the Centuries.jpg Arch of the Centuries Plaza Intramuros, Sampaloc 1611 14°36′30″N 120°59′27″E / 14.60841°N 120.99084°E / 14.60841; 120.99084 (Arch of the Centuries)
Arsenio Lacson Plaza Lacson, Santa Cruz 2003 14°35′56″N 120°58′51″E / 14.59891°N 120.98090°E / 14.59891; 120.98090 (Lacson Monument)
Benigno Aquino, Jr. Rizal Park, Ermita 2010 Eduardo Castrillo
[2]
14°35′02″N 120°58′32″E / 14.58389°N 120.97549°E / 14.58389; 120.97549 (Corazon Aquino Monument)
Cayetano Arellano Supreme Court Building, Ermita 2003 Julie Lluch
[3]
14°34′48″N 120°59′09″E / 14.58001°N 120.98572°E / 14.58001; 120.98572 (José Abad Santos Statue)
Chino Roces Mendiola Street, San Miguel Florante Caedo
[4]
14°36′00″N 120°59′29″E / 14.59996°N 120.99142°E / 14.59996; 120.99142 (Chino Roces Monument)
Confucius Rizal Park, Ermita 2009
[5]
14°34′59″N 120°58′40″E / 14.583069°N 120.977689°E / 14.583069; 120.977689 (Confucius Statue)
Corazon Aquino Rizal Park, Ermita 2010 Eduardo Castrillo
[2]
14°35′02″N 120°58′32″E / 14.58389°N 120.97549°E / 14.58389; 120.97549 (Corazon Aquino Monument)
Dom Justo Takayama Plaza Dilao, Paco 14°35′08″N 120°59′38″E / 14.58545°N 120.99385°E / 14.58545; 120.99385 (Takayama Monument)
Elpidio Quirino Malate 1994 14°20′06″N 120°35′49″E / 14.3350°N 120.597°E / 14.3350; 120.597 (Elpidio R. Quirino Monument)
Felipe Calderón Plaza Felipe Calderón, Santa Ana 1954
[6]
14°34′53″N 121°00′44″E / 14.58151°N 121.01217°E / 14.58151; 121.01217 (Felipe Calderón)
WTMP Pangkat B-9-3.jpg Francisco Carriedo Fountain Plaza Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz 1882 14°35′57″N 120°58′48″E / 14.59916°N 120.98013°E / 14.59916; 120.98013 (Carriedo Fountain)
Gomburza
Mariano Gómez, José Burgos, Jacinto Zamora
Fort Santiago, Intramuros 14°34′57″N 120°58′39″E / 14.58239°N 120.97737°E / 14.58239; 120.97737 (Gomburza Marker)
Jaime Sin Rizal Park, Ermita 2012 Shin Yanmin
[7]
14°35′01″N 120°58′34″E / 14.58368°N 120.97598°E / 14.58368; 120.97598 (Jaime Cardinal Sin statue)
José Abad Santos Supreme Court Building, Ermita 2003 Julie Lluch
[3]
14°34′48″N 120°59′09″E / 14.58001°N 120.98572°E / 14.58001; 120.98572 (José Abad Santos Statue)
José P. Laurel Ermita 14°34′24″N 120°58′52″E / 14.57339°N 120.98101°E / 14.57339; 120.98101 (José P. Laurel statue)
José Martí Intramuros 2001 Alberto Lescay 14°34′54″N 120°58′36″E / 14.581669°N 120.976694°E / 14.581669; 120.976694 (José Martí bust)
Rizal Monument.jpg José Rizal Rizal Park, Ermita 1913 Richard Kissling 14°35′00″N 120°58′33″E / 14.58345°N 120.97576°E / 14.58345; 120.97576 (Rizal Monument)
José Sandino y Miranda Plaza Miranda, Quiapo 2002 14°35′54″N 120°59′01″E / 14.59824°N 120.98360°E / 14.59824; 120.98360 (Plaza Miranda Monument)
King Carlos IV of Spain.jpg King Carlos IV Plaza de Roma, Intramuros 1808 14°35′32″N 120°58′23″E / 14.59219°N 120.97302°E / 14.59219; 120.97302 (King Carlos IV Monument)
King Felipe II Plaza España, Intramuros 1998 14°35′37″N 120°58′28″E / 14.59355°N 120.97450°E / 14.59355; 120.97450 (King Felipe II Monument)
Lapu-Lapu Rizal Park, Ermita 2004 Juan Sajid Imao
[8]
14°35′03″N 120°58′53″E / 14.58422°N 120.98142°E / 14.58422; 120.98142 (Lapu-Lapu Monument)
Manuel Roxas Malate 2005
[9]
14°20′33″N 120°35′07″E / 14.3424°N 120.5852°E / 14.3424; 120.5852 (Manuel Roxas Monument)
Memorare - Manila 1945
World War II Battle of Manila
Plaza de Santa Isabel, Intramuros 1995 Peter Guzman 14°35′25″N 120°58′28″E / 14.59041°N 120.97441°E / 14.59041; 120.97441 (Memorare Manila)
Mexico-Philippines Friendship Monument Plaza Mexico, Intramuros 1966 14°35′40″N 120°58′29″E / 14.59443°N 120.97459°E / 14.59443; 120.97459 (Mexico-Philippines Friendship Monument)
Benavides Monument 2010.jpg Miguel de Benavides University of Santo Tomas, Sampaloc 1891 Tony Noel 14°36′33″N 120°59′25″E / 14.60910°N 120.99032°E / 14.60910; 120.99032 (Benavides Monument)
Muhammad Kudarat Rizal Park, Ermita 14°34′50″N 120°58′41″E / 14.58051°N 120.97810°E / 14.58051; 120.97810 (Sultan Kudarat Head Bust)
Intramurosjf9916 12.JPG Queen Isabel II Puerta Isabel II, Intramuros 1860 Ponciano Ponzano 14°35′39″N 120°58′34″E / 14.59412°N 120.97617°E / 14.59412; 120.97617 (Queen Isabel II Monument)
Rajah Sulayman Plaza Rajah Sulayman, Malate 1976 Eduardo Castrillo 14°34′08″N 120°59′01″E / 14.56877°N 120.98374°E / 14.56877; 120.98374 (Rajah Sulayman Monument)
Ramon Magsaysay Malate 14°34′14″N 120°58′57″E / 14.57052°N 120.98244°E / 14.57052; 120.98244 (Ramon Magsaysay Monument)
Sigaw ng Tondo
Cry of Tondo
Plaza Moriones, Tondo 1978 Eduardo Castrillo 14°36′34″N 120°57′59″E / 14.60936°N 120.96652°E / 14.60936; 120.96652 (Sigaw ng Tondo Monument)
WTMP Team Waka Waka A-23.JPG Simón de Anda Anda Circle, Port Area 1871 14°35′27″N 120°58′15″E / 14.59080°N 120.97083°E / 14.59080; 120.97083 (Anda Monument)

Caloocan[edit]

Image Title / Individual Commemorated Location Date Sculptor/ Designer Source Coordinates
BonifacioMonumentjf9933 13.JPG Andres Bonifacio Grace Park 1933 Guillermo Tolentino 14°39′25″N 120°59′02″E / 14.65708°N 120.98397°E / 14.65708; 120.98397 (Bonifacio Monument)

Makati[edit]

Image Title / Individual Commemorated Location Date Sculptor/ Designer Source Coordinates
Benigno Aquino, Jr. Ayala Triangle 1986 Anastacio Caedo 14°33′24″N 121°01′17″E / 14.55678°N 121.02151°E / 14.55678; 121.02151 (Aquino Monument)
Pío del Pilar Ayala Triangle 1972 Jose Mendoza
[10]
14°33′29″N 121°01′33″E / 14.55809°N 121.02591°E / 14.55809; 121.02591 (Pio del Pilar Monument)

Quezon City[edit]

Image Title / Individual Commemorated Location Date Sculptor/ Designer Source Coordinates
Boy Scouts of the Philippines 11th World Scout Jamboree Memorial South Triangle 1965 14°38′05″N 121°02′07″E / 14.634806°N 121.035361°E / 14.634806; 121.035361 (Boy Scouts of the Philippines 11th World Scout Jamboree Memorial)
Katipunan
Cry of Balintawak Monument
Balintawak Napoleon Abueva 14°39′25″N 120°59′59″E / 14.65685°N 120.99966°E / 14.65685; 120.99966 (Cry of Balintawak Monument)
Manuel Luis Quezon Diliman 1978 Federico Ilustre 14°39′03″N 121°02′54″E / 14.65074°N 121.04822°E / 14.65074; 121.04822 (Quezon Monument)
Oblation Diliman 1935 Guillermo Tolentino 14°39′18″N 121°03′53″E / 14.65487°N 121.06486°E / 14.65487; 121.06486 (Oblation)
People Power Revolution White Plains 1993 Eduardo Castrillo 14°36′00″N 121°03′35″E / 14.59997°N 121.05985°E / 14.59997; 121.05985 (People Power Monument)

San Juan[edit]

Image Title / Individual Commemorated Location Date Sculptor/ Designer Source Coordinates
Katipunan Pinaglabanan Shrine 1974 Eduardo Castrillo 14°36′17″N 121°01′52″E / 14.60477°N 121.03118°E / 14.60477; 121.03118 (Pinaglabanan Monument)

References[edit]

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  2. ^ a b "Cory statue unveiled in Manila". abs-cbnNEWS.com. Retrieved June 9, 2012. 
  3. ^ a b "SUPREME COURT UNVEILS STATUES OF ARELLANO AND ABAD SANTOS". http://www.newsflash.org. Retrieved June 6, 2012.  External link in |work= (help)
  4. ^ "Florante Caedo, sculptor of landmarks, dies at 64.". Accessmylibrary.com. Retrieved August 7, 2012. 
  5. ^ "Confucius - Manila, Philippines". Waymarking.com. Retrieved August 28, 2013. 
  6. ^ "Plaza Felipe Calderon". National Historical Commission of the Philippines. Retrieved June 4, 2012. 
  7. ^ "New statue of Cardinal Sin unveiled". Retrieved November 22, 2012. 
  8. ^ "Lapu-lapu statue unveiled finally". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved June 4, 2012. 
  9. ^ "President Roxas statue unveiling rites". Senate.gov.ph. Retrieved September 4, 2013. 
  10. ^ "Pio del Pilar Monument". Make It Happen - Make It Makati. Retrieved October 11, 2012.