Santiago Ribeiro at Times Square in the Press

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Tuesday, October 3
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Times Square, 4 Times Square, New York, NY 10036, USA, New York, NY 10036


New York, USA, 02/10/2017 Santiago Ribeiro in New York

In concern at Times Square Ribeiro’s work it has been featured at the U.S. embassy in Lisbon; Times Square Chronicles; New York City News; Portuguese American Journal, New York StatesmanNew York TelegraphArt in New York CityThe US NewsDigital Meets CultureThe Guardian Witness; Pravda in Portuguese, Diario de Notícias de Madeira, Campeão das ProvínciasRadio Regional Centro; i Press JournalRepública Portuguesa,; Luso Jornal; .Luso AmericanoRevistaPortSpain’s PressenzaFrance’s Le Parisien; Bel 7 Infos75 Agende CuturelLe Progrésby the North American Don 411 News; Couth Magazine; Broadway WorldNational GeographicYahoo FinanceBulgaria´s Novosiane and so many other endless publications 

In addition to the large personal investment some sponsorship comes from the Bissaya Barreto Foundation, Condeixa-a-Nova House Mayor and the North American MagicCraftsman Studio.

Portuguese surrealist painter Santiago Ribeiro finds new and unusual avenues to showcase his art. Founder of International Surrealism Now movement planning next phase of his international group art exhibit.

As Ribeiro continues planning the project’s next phase, he is testing innovative exhibition spaces such as Times Square. His ambition for Winter 2018 is to launch the largest world exhibition of contemporary Surrealism art in Europe. The initial exhibit of paintings, drawings, digital art, photographs and sculpture -- with more than 100 artists from 48 countries participating -- is expected to be shown at several museums, monuments and public spaces throughout Portugal.

The Times Square pieces are part of the International Surrealism Now group exhibit, an ongoing project that Ribeiro began in 2010 to showcase the work of surrealist artists from all over the world. He conceived the International Surrealism Now movement in Coimbra with a major exhibit organized by Bissaya Barreto.


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