Vinyl on Vinyl is dedicated to featuring artists seeking a venue to showcase and explore their craft amidst the surplus of conventional art forms.

The gallery was established in 2009, borne out of the desire to bring greater awareness of and appreciation for what was then an underground culture. Its mission was to bring local artists to international shows and to locally exhibit peripheral art forms often rejected by the mainstream. Its name recalls its beginnings, dealing vinyl records and art toys, and today still aims to periodically celebrate its musical history by presenting sound art within its programming.


Vinyl on Vinyl’s evolution has built a representation of artistic practices revolving around pop surrealism, after-modernism, post- internet, kinetic art, underground and street art, along with other emerging and unexplored genres. The gallery is interested in creative experimentation, its artists making work that involve unconventional techniques: damaging and reusing canvas, social media as performance art, manipulated video and photography, soft sculpture installations, massive origami forms, and other methodology by movements that defy classification or are yet unlabelled.


Through the years, the gallery has developed artists’ careers and solidified its unique identity. Having grown bigger than itself, it continues to influence the course of Philippine art history by opening up new genres, taking intuitive risks, and pushing the boundaries that redefine art.

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