The artist from Coimbra, Santiago Ribeiro is organizing another exhibition in Coimbra, this time titled “Surrealism Portuguese and Argentine” with artists Elizabeth Pantano from Argentina, Paula Rosa and Santiago Ribeiro from Portugal, the exhibition opens on 22th September by 18:30 hours at the gallery of the Recordatório of Queen Saint Isabel, Rua António Augusto Gonçalves, Santa Clara, Coimbra.

In the exhibition entitled “ Portuguese and Argentine Surrealism” show about two dozen works of the three artists. Note that the pictures of Santiago Ribeiro, also belong to the exhibition “Surrealist Paintings.”

The opening of the exhibition will, among others, attended the three artists.
Elizabeth Pantano of Argentina, is not the first time that is in Coimbra, because it showed her work in the exhibition Surrealism Now, which was shown in 2010, the House Museum of the Bissaya Barreto Foundation and St. Anne Convent in the Arches of the Garden.
Paula Rosa coming from Lisbon to show her work for the second time in this city.

The exhibition at Art Space of the Recordatório of Queen Saint Isabel is an initiative of the Parish of Santa Clara, chaired by José Simão.

Portuguese and Argentine Surrealism Now exhibition – Events – Celeste Prize


About santiagoribeiro

ABOUT SANTIAGO RIBEIRO The Portuguese artist, born in Condeixa-a-Nova and living in Coimbra, has shown his artworks with great regularity in Portugal and in other European countries, including Lisbon, Paris, Belgrade, Madrid, Barcelona, Granada, Moscow , Berlin, Warsaw, Florence, Podgorica, Montenegro, Timisoara in Romania and Dallas in Texas. He is the driving force and the promoter of the international project "Surrealism Now", which started in 2010, organized by the Bissaya Barreto Foundation. Recently, the "Surrealism Now" exhibition was held in Lisbon, as a result of a partnership with artist Victor Lages. Santiago Ribeiro has publicized and promoted his work on the internet, through social networks and blogs, thereby having received numerous invitations to exhibit his art in various parts of the globe."
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