Opens on May 19, 2017 at 5:30 pm
A show featuring 21st-century surrealist art will be held at the Casa Museu Fernando Namora.
Svetlana Ratova from Moscow, Nikolina Petolas from Zagreb, Paula Rosa from Lisbon and Santiago Ribeiro from Coimbra are the protagonists of another edition of International Surrealism Now featuring works in small format.
The modern surrealism of these four artists, where dream, creative and ideological freedom are the primordial force of their 1st- century surrealist artworks will interact with the almost legendary atmosphere of the Fernando Namora House Museum.
The exhibition will be open to the public from 19 May 2017 at 5:30 pm.
Phone: +351 239949120
Schedule: from 10–1pm and from 2–5pm.
Location: Largo Artur Barreto 9, 3150-124, Condeixa-a-Nova, Portugal
About the museum
The Fernando Namora House-Museum was officially opened to the public on June 30, 1990.
The museum’s ambiance, enhanced by objects belonging to a great writer like Fernando Namora, leads us to a past of a life that was intellectually focused upon by writing and painting.
Fernando Goncalves Namora (1919-1989) was born in Condeixa on the 15th of April. It was here that he lived until he was ten years old, where he discovered the taste for drawing and painting and writing.
The points of greatest interest in this museum are made up of the documentary collection of Fernando Namora transferred from his residence office in Lisbon. This bibliographical and documentary background and revealing the relations of complicity with many other authors, and much contributes to explain, in its various aspects, the Man who is Namora.
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