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Michoutouchkine & Pilioko Foundation Art Gallery

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Mr Pilioko worths the entire trip to Vanuatu, let alone the other great things of the island

I am not sure on the artistic value, I am not an expert and the paintings are indeed expensive... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2017
corrado l
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Brussels, Belgium
An amazing eclectic living museum

Definitely worth a visit! After putting this on my to do list based on TripAdvisor reviews, I was... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2017
Kerry15798
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Wollongong
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22 Jul 2017
“Mr Pilioko worths the entire trip to Vanuatu, let alone the other great things of the island”
7 Jul 2017
“Disappointed”
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Pango Rd, Port Vila, Efate, Vanuatu
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Reviewed 23 July 2017

I am not sure on the artistic value, I am not an expert and the paintings are indeed expensive. The fact is that Mr Pilioko is just unique. He is a witness of what living life as an artist through and through means. It is...More

Thank corrado l
Reviewed 8 July 2017

Having seen the art of these two artists in a restaurant in town we were keen to visit the gallery (we are both art students). However we were very disappointed. The only time we saw anyone was when a man appeared to take our money...More

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Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

Definitely worth a visit! After putting this on my to do list based on TripAdvisor reviews, I was disappointed when one taxi driver told me it had closed. Walking back to our resort after brunch this morning, we decided to wander down the driveway and...More

Thank Kerry15798
Reviewed 9 March 2017

My husband, daughter and I visited this amazing gallery in January. We bought a gorgeous painting then enjoyed sitting having a vodka with Aloi. Everyone at the gallery was so friendly, even with the language barrier. Everything at the gallery was painted, from trees, clothing,...More

1  Thank Helene K
Reviewed 26 February 2017

We read article about this gallery in a magazine and decided we needed to see it. Found out it is was just down the road from our resort. Very very enjoyable and wonderful.

Thank byronwakeham
Reviewed 11 February 2017

We had time to kill, and walked there as it had good reviews on trip advisor. We went in, and a lady took our money (I think it was about $12 aud each for entry) and disappeared. No one was around, some places were locked...More

Thank sdelargie
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Recently I stopped in Port Vila hoping to see the art works of Michoutouchkine and Pilioko and purchase their painted clothing. Years ago they had a shop in the main street where I purchased many fine cotton clothes for me, family and friends that would...More

4  Thank Maxine F
Reviewed 8 January 2017

This is a hidden gem in Vila. Not as you would expect of a Gallery but having bought a Piliolko Painting over 20 years ago we were excited to return and meet the artist himself. A wonderful eccentric man. Well worth the visit.

2  Thank Jenny M
Reviewed 14 August 2016

Probably the most interesting and exciting venue in Vanuatu! An absolute must to visit; extremely worth while.

1  Thank HUGO991
Reviewed 19 June 2016

Perhaps not to everyone’s taste or idea of art, but this was an intriguing visit incorporated in our Ultimate Vila Discovery Tour as part of our SEA Princess Cruise. I loved walking the pathways which revealed quirky art sculptures at each turn. I could have...More

Thank ANGIE C
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