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The Autohub x Cloud Gray art collab is happening now at Mini BGC showroom

You can visit it until October 25

Some Mini-inspired artwork would go well with your car. PHOTO FROM AUTOHUB

If you like pop culture icons like the Mini, then you probably also like art, and this is why you should pay a visit to the Mini showroom in Bonifacio Global City for its ongoing collaboration.

In partnership with Cloud Gray Gallery, the Autohub Group is holding a Mini exhibition featuring artworks from Ronald Ventura and Cloud Gray artists Ronson Culibrina, Keb Cerda, Olan Ventura, Manok Ventura, and Igan D’Bayan.

Autohub marketing manager Mae Valdez, president Willy Tee Ten, and marketing and PR director Owee Cruz, and Mini Philippines general manager Jefferson Lizardo. PHOTO FROM AUTOHUB

As one of Asia’s leading artists, Ronald Ventura’s recent exhibitions include an introspective show at the Karuizawa New Art Museum in Japan, which will also be held this October at its counterpart in Singapore. Culibrina, Cerda, Manok, Olan, and D’Bayan have all held shows here and in other countries.

Each Mini model car has been given an artistic take on its cultural significance. PHOTOS FROM AUTOHUB

Ronald has released limited-edition prints for the Autohub exhibit, while the Cloud Gray artists have created Mini paintings and model cars reimagined with their own artistic takes. All prints, paintings, and resin cars on display are for sale. The show is curated by Ruel Caasi.

The exhibit also showcases the recently launched Mini Convertible Seaside Edition. PHOTO FROM AUTOHUB

The exhibit was formally opened during the celebration of the 64th anniversary of Mini, where the Mini Convertible Seaside Edition and the Mini Clubman Untold Edition were also launched.

If you’re a Mini (or art) fan, you can visit the exhibit until October 25, or e-mail [email protected] for more information.

Andy Leuterio

Andy is both an avid cyclist and a car enthusiast who has finally made the shift to motorcycles. You've probably seen him on his bicycle or motorbike overtaking your crawling car. He is our motorcycle editor and the author of the ‘Quickshift’ column.