Galerie Stephanie, Inc.
Unit 1B 183 Parc Plaza Bldg.
E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave.
Bagumbayan, Quezon City
(632) 709 1488
Founded in 2007, Galerie Stephanie is one of the leading artist-centered galleries in the Philippines. The gallery has exhibited the works of renowned artists such as National Artist Federico Aguilar Alcuaz, Juvenal Sanso, Ramon Orlina, Mario Parial, Angelito Antonio, Raul Lebajo, Michael Cacnio, Daniel de la Cruz, Raul Isidro, and Juan Sajid Imao. Its shows have aided in the continuing success of emerging artists such as Aileen Lanuza, Vincent de Pio, Jaspher Penuliar Carlo Ongchangco, Francis Nacion, Camille Ver, Roel Obemio, Migs Villanueva, Pro Gelladuga, and Anthony Palo. Recently the gallery has added more contemporary artists to its roster, including Reybert Ramos, Rom Villaseran, Kara de Dios, Emman Acasio, and Rommel Joson. With a convenient location in the bustling Libis area, Galerie Stephanie has a wide range of artworks to offer all kinds of art lovers.
Aside from holding exhibitions of more established artists, the gallery prides itself in its development program for emerging young artists. The gallery regularly works with freelance curators and curatorial consultants to expose its artists to new techniques and concepts. In recent years, Galerie Stephanie has begun to resound outside the country, providing exhibition opportunities for foreign artists like Anton Subiyanto and Roby Dwi Antono; as well as joining events throughout the Philippines and the Asian region—Art Fair Tokyo, Bazaar Art Jakarta, and Art Stage Singapore. This year, the gallery launched its first-ever Artist-in-Residency Program, collaborating with young Syrian artist Noor Bahjat.
The gallery is also mindful of the growth of the Philippine art scene and views itself as a public education center. It regularly holds lectures on art conservation and authenticity workshops to better educate the art community on the nuances of artistic practice. Galerie Stephanie considers its clients as not only buyers, but also stakeholders in the art community, ensuring that its art patrons are well informed of the history and relevance of the art in each generation.