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November 25th, 2013 by Leo Plaw Other language versions  

International Surrealism Now Exhibition in Lisbon

International Surrealism Now - “Casa Roque Gameiro” in Amadora, Lisbon, Portugal

International Surrealism Now – “Casa Roque Gameiro” in Amadora, Lisbon, Portugal

From November 30 to January 4, the “Casa Roque Gameiro” in Amadora, Lisbon – Portugal, will host the art exhibition “International surrealism now”, curated by artist Santiago Ribeiro. The event includes artworks from artists  of 29 nationalities and will open at 4:00 pm on November 30th with a dance performance by Joana Figueiredo and Luís Figueiredo.

“International Surrealism Now” is a project instigated by the surrealist painter Santiago Ribeiro, who has promoted the XXI century surrealism exhibitions throughout various parts of the world. The first exhibition opened in Coimbra, 2010, being organized by the foundation Bissaya Barreto . Then in Conímbriga, celebrating the 50th anniversary of Monograph Museum Conimbriga (the second most visited in Portugal). The exhibition then travelled to Paris with the support of the Galería de arte Portugal Presente, artist Liba WS, and again organized by Foundation Bissaya Barreto and Santiago Ribeiro. Finally the exhibition went to Madrid, with the support of artist Jamal Din.

Subsequently, Ribeiro joined forces with artist Victor Lages (who is behind the “Utopia of Fantastic Art” project), with the purpose of organizing exhibitions in the Lisbon area. This project was endorsed by the House of Culture of Setúbal , in the center of Lisbon, in the Gallery of the Caixa de Credito Agricola , by the house of culture Jaime Lobo e Silva in Ericeira. Most recently the project travelled to the Fellini Gallery Berlin, with an exhibition entitled “21 st Century Portuguese Surrealism “.

This edition of “International Surrealism Now” includes artists from 29 countries: Germany, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Spain, USA, Philippines, France, Holland, Indonesia, England, Iran, Iceland , Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Ukraine and Vietnam. The exhibition involves a wide range of works created through different techniques and mediums such as drawing, painting, photography, digital art and sculpture.

Participating Artists

Cainete Acacio, Portugal; Ana Neamu, Romania; Anna Plavinskaya, Russia; Andrew Baines, Australia; Brigid Marlin, England; Daila Lupo, Italy; Dan Neamu, Romania; Daniel Hanequand, Canada; Daniele Gori, Italy; Edgar Invoker, Russia; Eibsen Egill, Iceland; Erik Heyninck, Belgium; Farhad Jafari, Iran; Firmus Silva, Portugal; Flavio Caporali, Brazil; France Garrido, USA; Francisco Urbano, Portugal; Gromyko Semper, Philippines; Hector Pineda, Mexico; Hélio Cunha, Portugal; Hugues Gillet, France; Isabel Meyrelles, Portugal; Full Joana, Portugal; João Carvalho, Portugal; Jorge Moreira, Portugal; Keith Wigdor, USA; Konstantin Shahanov, Russia; Leo Plaw, Australia; Liba WS, France; Ludger Rolo, Portugal; Athouguia Luís, Portugal; Luís Fernandes, Portugal; Lv Shang, China; Maciej Hoffman, Poland; Magi Calhoun, USA; Maria Aristova, Russia; Martina Hoffman, Germany; Mehriban Efendi, Azerbaijan; Naiker Roman, Spain; Nazarene Stanislaus, Brazil; Octavian Florescu, Romania; Oleg Korolev, Russia; Olga Spiegel, USA; Otto Rapp, Austria; Paula Rosa, Portugal; Pedro Diaz Cartes, Chile; Rudolf Boelee, New Zealand; Rui Silvares, Portugal; Santiago Ribeiro, Portugal; Sergey Tyukanov, Russia; Shahla Rosa, USA; Shoji Tanaka, Japan; Zhulan Shan, China; Sio Shisio, Indonesia; Slavko Krunic, Serbia; Sonia Mena Barreto, Brazil; Steve Smith, USA; Kislyachenko Svetlana, Ukraine; Ton Haring, Holland; Victor Lages, Portugal; Vu Huyen Thuong, Vietnam; Jamal Din, Spain; Yuri Tsvetaev, Russia; Zoran Velimonavic, Serbia.

Information:

The exhibition can be visited from November 30, 2013 to January 4, 2014, Tuesday-Saturday, from 10:00 am to 12:00 and from 14:00 to 5:30 p.m..

Roque Gameiro House
praceta 1 Dezembro, 54 -. Venteira 
2700-668 Amadora 
Portugal

Phone : (+351) 214 928 054/5

www.cm amadora.pt

Santiago Ribeiro

Telephone number: (+351) 964 485 027

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