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This New Public Art Space in Laguna Is the Perfect Spot for Selfies and Family Time!The artworks were created by renowned artist Robert Alejandro!by Kate Borbon .
A long weekend is upon us, and if you’re looking for an exciting new location to visit with the family, we have a great suggestion: Robinson’s Galleria South in San Pedro, Laguna now has impressive public art created by renowned artist Robert Alejandro!
The public art space features colorful 3D figures and murals placed in different parts of the mall. Alejandro shared to SmartParenting.com.ph that he “wanted to make the various spaces around the mall SUPER fun!”
Alejandro worked with different artists and artisans to create the figures and murals.
The public art has been enjoyed by many since its opening. “It was a joy to see people taking photos with my work,” Alejandro wrote in a Facebook post. “My heart is so full of gratefulness to all the hardworking, talented [and] wonderful people I [worked] with on this project.”
When asked how he felt about seeing people taking pictures with and enjoying the public art, Alejandro excitedly shared, “That is the BEST feeling! I love it when I see people taking a selfie with my work.”ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Here is a sneak peek into the incredible public art at Robinson’s Galleria South:ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The public art at Robinson’s Galleria South is permanently open for visitors, so you have plenty of time to enjoy it. But if you’re looking for a unique experience with the family this long weekend, why not drive down to Laguna for a bit?
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