We in WTB have been busy That means we have lesser time to go around the city and slack. So the day before our first day as corporate robots, we finally decided to go to Bencab Museum! Such good place to go to before committing to something so overwhelming and grown-up.
Pretty much everywhere is art you wish you were an artwork yourself.
We spent too much time wondering how the artists came up with such ideas. These sculptures are made of plastic glass and inside them are the ones we ate and played with when we were little.
How bold. Most of the photos we took was taken from the erotic room. Vaginas, penises, breasts and 69s! Photographic.
Did a lot of ghosting obviously.
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The painting of almost naked people with masks on was one of our favorites. It spoke to ue. LOL felt so awkward and funny saying that.
We don’t know about you but there was one time when we wanted to try painting and wanting so bad to be good at it. Going here reminded us of that time as well as the things we knew we could’ve been proud of if we tried harder.
This is our favorite sculpture! Our graphic designer said this was a sculpture of one of the beggars in Session Road. We’ve seen a lot of photos of her but never a sculpture! We honestly never thought people could actually get inspiration from something, for lack of a better term, trashy. And it’s good!
Cafe Sabel! We can’t imagine Baguio without cafes, much more in Bencab Museum! After all, “You can’t be an artist and not drink coffee.” Right?
We’re imperfect but we have music.
The garden was pretty awesome too! If this whole place was some food you tasted for the first time, it would leave you an aftertaste you can’t get off your mouth just by gargling. Baguio City is not Baguio City if it weren’t for its artists. I’m glad we live here.
Have you been to Bencab? We’d love to hear about your experience!