Art by Santiago Ribeiro in London
Art by Santiago Ribeiro for the first time in British Lands
Chelsea, London 22 – 24 February 2019
London, 13/01/2019 - The art of the Portuguese artist Santiago Ribeiro will be for the first time in British lands more precisely in the city of London. Santiago is the promoter and creator of the world largest 21st century surrealist art exhibition, the International Surrealism Now.
To the United Kingdom he was invited by the Parallax Art Fair manager, Mr Tom Moore, to exhibit at Chelsea Town Hall in London.
PAF developed from an international exhibition called “Parallax” in 2009. Although independent, it still forms an investigative research process, which makes it unique in terms of open exhibitions and fairs designed for exhibitors and designers. Practically, PAF is a new kind of event and different from a dealer fair that many exhibitors may have experienced. One of its aims is to encourage exhibitors and designers to think about their business role.
Below is the painting "Butterflies" arrived a few time ago from China Taiwan where was selected to be on Get Art Museum at Art Revolution Taipei will go now to be exhibit in London.
Note: The renowned cultural magazine, The Culture Trip, named 10 Portuguese artists as the most internationally recognized at the present time and Santiago Ribeiro it is one of them.
Also after an impressive multimedia show on the giant screens of Times Square in New York Ribeiro's work has been featured at the U.S. Embassy in Lisbon , in the Portuguese American Journal , in Digital Meets Culture , Pressenza fr , metroNews.ru , Pravda in Portuguese , The Herald News , ARTVOICE , Associated Press , EFE , APA ots, AAP , Reuters , ANA , News Aktuell and many other publications...
The 13th edition of the International Surrealism Now exhibition 2019 in the city of Marinha Grande in Portugal has at the moment the participation of 120 artists from 50 countries in the five continents.
Adresses and contacts:
London, UK - Parallax Art Fair, which takes place at the newly refurbished
Chelsea Town Hall, King’s Road, Chelsea, London, on Friday 22nd February,