Art with the courage to face World issues head on, creating unprecendented opportunities for dialog can help change world order. The planet has been spiraling into a dangerous period in our collective history. Wars inspired by the highest profit margins and savage monopolistic capitalism feeding modern imperialism, results in radical terrorism born of medieval societies using 21st century technology to combat these dictatorships.With a diverse population of billions, how can we possibly create a state of a social equilibrium. These factors drive the Contemporary Surrealist movement. Art has the capacity to open up these wounds, face them head on by offering fresh perspectives and soultions to addressWorld trauma.
The re-imagined fiction behind the dreams of the beautiful, presents lyrical meaning of surrealism inserting the hope of a new life.Giving new hope and considerations where the colours interact with the “blue thinking”, while opposing the “dark thinking”.
Images of Flying in a dream implies freedom and possibilities through fantasy.The wings spread and the embracing arms stretch wide, flying through the buildings, mountains and valleys, sea and rivers.
Understanding surrealism of the 20th and 21st century opens our awareness to an absolute freedom
So the dream, the creative and ideological freedom and courage of the artists combined with the modern advent of the internet broad inserts the surrealistic art of 21st century and its insightful psychological meaning into the World. Curated works from 107 artists representing 48 countries will be on display with International Surrealism Now exhibition at Multimedia PO.RO.S Museum in Condeixa-a-Nova village in Portugal, from September – December 2017, Opening September 17, 2017.
Currently, participating in the International Surrealism Now 107 artists from 48 countries: Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Spain, USA, Philippines, Finland, France, Holland, Indonesia, England, Iran, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Morocco, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Vietnam.
Artists: Achraf Baznani, Morocco / Agim Meta, Spain / Aissa Mammasse, Algeria / Alvaro Mejias, Venezuela /Ana Araújo, Portugal / Ana Neamu, Romania / Ana Pilar Morales, Spain / Andrew Baines, Australia / Asier Guerrero Rico (Dio), Spain / Brigid Marlin, UK / Bien Banez, Philippines / Can Emed, Turkey / Carlos Sablón, Cuba / Cătălin Precup, Romania / Cristian Townsend, Australia / Conor Walton, Ireland / Cynthia Tom, China / USA / Dag Samsund, Denmark / Daila Lupo, Italy / Dan Neamu, Romania / Daniel Chiriac, Romania / Daniel Hanequand, France / Canada / Daniele Gori, Italy / Delphine Cencig, France / Dean Fleming, USA / Domen Lo, Slovenia / Edgar Invoker, Russia / Efrat Cybulkiewicz, Venezuela / Egill Eibsen, Iceland / Erik Heyninck, Belgium / Ettore Aldo Del Vigo, Italy / Farhad Jafari, Iran / France Garrido, USA / Francisco Urbano, Portugal / Graça Bordalo Pinheiro, Portugal / Graszka Paulska, Poland / Gromyko Semper, Philippines / Gyuri Lohmuller, Romania / Hector Pineda, Mexico / Hector Toro, Colombia / Henrietta Kozica, Sweden / Hugues Gillet, France / Isabel Meyrelles, Portugal / Iwasaki Nagi, Japan / James Skelton, UK / Jay Garfinkle, USA / Jay Paul Vonkoffler, American / Argentine / Jimah St, Nigeria / João Duarte, Portugal / Joe MacGown, USA / Konstantin Krok, Belarus / Keith Wigdor, USA / Leo Wijnhoven, Netherlands / Leo Plaw, Germany / Liba WS, France / Lubomír Štícha, Republic Czech / Ludgero Rolo, Portugal / Lv Shang, China / Maciej Hoffman, Poland / Magi Calhoun, USA / Marnie Pitts, UK / Maria Aristova, Russia / Mario Devcic, Croatia / Martina Hoffman, Germany / Mathias Böhm, Germany / Mehriban Efendi, Azerbaijan / Naiker Roman, Cuba / Spain / Nazareno Stanislau, Brazil / Nikolina Petolas, Croatia / Nipon Jungkina, Thailand / Octavian Florescu, Canada / Oleg Korolev, Russia / Olesya Novik, Russia / Olga Caldas, France / Olga Spiegel, USA / Oshi Rabin, American / Israeli / Otto Rapp, Austria / Paula Rosa, Portugal / Paulo Cunha, Canada / Pedro Diaz Cartes, Chile / Penny Golledge, UK / Philippe Pelletier, France / Roch Fautch, USA / Ruben Cukier, Argentine / Israeli / Rudolf Boelee, New Zealand / Sabina Nore, Austria / Saim Ghazi, Pakistan / Sampo Kaikkonen, Finland / Santiago Ribeiro, Portugal / Sergey Tyukanov, Russia / Shahla Rosa, USA / Shoji Tanaka, Japan / Shan Zhulan, China / Sio Shisio, Indonesia / Slavko Krunic, Serbia / Snežana Petrović, Serbia / Sônia Menna Barreto, Brazil / Steve Smith, USA / Stuart Griggs, UK / Svetlana Kislyachenko, Ukraine / Tatomir Pitariu, USA / Ton Haring, Netherlands / Victor Lages, Portugal / Vu Huyen Thuong, Vietnam / Yamal Din, Morocco / Spain / Yuri Tsvetaev, Russia / Zoltan Ducsai, Hungary / Zoran Velimanovic, Serbia.
Note for the worldwide people:
Visit Portugal as a tourist with International Surrealism Now (open your mind to new perspectives and possiblities), it’s one of the safest places in the world, without terrorism, without violence with weapons every day, no hurricanes and cyclones, good food and wine, wonderful places and weather, to the sea and mountains, the monuments and city ruins since stone age to Roman empire…Middle age, renaissance, maritime discoveries, from the classic to the modern…
Coimbra, Portugal, EU.
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