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The Folks Behind Art Fair And Art In The Park Have A New Showcase This Weekend
The Nonesuch Fair features fine art, antiques, and rare collectibles.
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If you’ve got a taste for the fine and #veryrare, or even just for history, you might want to head to the Pen this weekend. The folks behind Art Fair Philippines and Art In The Park have set up a new showcase called The Nonesuch, which features a vetted selection of art, antiques, furniture, jewelry, books, maps, prints, and other rare collectibles.

Among the exhibitors at the fair are Gallery Deus, Gallery Joshua, Gallery of Prints, Leon Gallery, Maria Angelica Rare Finds, Maria Closa, Natalya Lagdameo, Nicole Whisenhunt, Osmundo, Tawalisi Antiques, and Unang Panahon.

The Nonesuch Fair will also be holding a lecture series to enhance visitor appreciation of the pieces on view. This includes a lecture by Dr. Ambeth Ocampo on collecting and stewardship, which you can catch on Sunday, 10:00 a.m.

The Nonesuch runs from October 27 to 29, at the Peninsula Manila. For more information, visit nonesuchfair.com, or follow @nonesuchfair on Instagram.

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