Surrealism Now began in 2010 with the support of the Bissaya Barreto Foundation and now to celebrate the fifty years of the
Conímbriga Monographic Museum, Santiago Ribeiro has gathered together surrealists from more than 10 countries to exhibit works.
The Monographic museum is Portugal’s second most visited museum. The ruins date back to 100 BCE. This antique setting juxtaposed against modern surrealist art is bound to be extraordinary.

The following artists will be exhibiting:

Yuri Tsvetaev – Russia
Daniel Hanequand – Canada
Santiago Ribeiro – Portugal
Liba WS – France
Shahla Rosa – USA
Vu Huyen Thuong – Vietnam
Ton Haring – Holland
Victor Lages – Portugal
Francisco Urbano – Portugal
Keith Wigdor – USA
Majisme Majo – Holland
Steve Smith – USA
Héctor Pineda – Mexico
Gromyko Semper – Philippines
Paula Rosa – Portugal
Sio Shisio – Indonesia
Mehriban Efendi – Azerbaijan
Dan Neamu – Romenia
Hugues Gillet – France
Maciej Hoffman – Poland
Naiker Roman – Spain
Magi Calhoun – USA
Rui Silvares – Portugal
Maria Aristova – Russia
Brigid Marlin – UK
Otto Rapp – Austria

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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