Pintô Art Museum and Arboretum is a contemporary museum and exhibition space located in the Philippines’ historic pilgrimage city of Antipolo outside of Manila. The museum was founded in 2010 by Filipino neurologist and patron of the arts, Dr. Joven Cuanang. Pintô, which means door in Filipino, converges the founder’s love for Art and Science and the healing powers both practices possess.

Today, the Pintô Art Museum presents rotating exhibitions of the foundation’s collection and oversees an adjacent gallery space that continues to exhibit and promote contemporary Filipino artists. The museum is housed in a complex designed by artist Antonio Leaño and located within a two hectare botanical garden known as the Silangan Gardens, an ecological haven for the appreciation of local flora and fauna.