Surrealist artist Santiago Ribeiro was once again present in the Russian capital where he has been exhibiting since 2011.
Noting this presence was the painting “Industrial of Apples” that has gone through some capitals from Belgrade to St. Petersburg and then to Beijing in China and this November at he XXVII international exhibition and competition of contemporary art “Russian Art Week” that took place in the Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Center in Moscow.
Ribeiro’s art has traveled to many destinations such as Berlin, Moscow, New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, Mississippi, Warsaw, St. Petersburg, Nantes, Paris, London, Florence, Madrid, Granada, Barcelona, Lisbon, Belgrade, Monte Negro, Romania, Japan, Taiwan and Brazil and many cities in Portugal.
The exhibition-fair “Russian art Week” featured galleries and individual authors from different regions. A wide variety of colors, shapes and traditions will allow visitors to plunge into the endless world of talent and inspiration and get acquainted with the exclusive works of domestic and foreign masters. Russian Art Week worked in close cooperation with a number of foreign organizations, providing creative saturation of the exhibition and opening new opportunities for partnership, sponsorship and branding.
Santiago Ribeiro is an accomplished Portuguese painter whose work has been exhibited all over the world, including in New York's iconic Times Square. He works within 21st century surrealism, focusing on color balance to construct a visual world full of curious characters and scenes. Ribeiro's works cause the viewer to feel at once puzzled, excited, intrigued, and ultimately inspired to stay a little longer in the painter's wonderful, weird world.