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Francisco Lopes dos Santos
(Inauguração de exposição)
Sexta-feira 17 de Setembro de 2010
18.30 – 20.30
Rua Dr. Eduardo Neves, Porta C,
Estação de Entrecampos CP, 1050-077 Lisboa
Xesko (Francisco Lopes dos Santos), é um Artista Plástico luso-Angolano, residente no Reino Unido, percursor e impulsionador do Dispersionismo. Tem divulgado ao longo dos seus trabalhos, a sua forma de ver a arte e a liberdade que tal opção transmite aos seus criadores, apresentando sempre exposições únicas e todas elas diferentes em inspiração, técnica e estilo.
Devaneios, é uma série de exposições, que vai agora na sua segunda edição, criada para apresentar obras soltas que divergem da estrutura regular das suas exposições tradicionais. Como o nome indica, são devaneios criados nos intervalos dos seus projectos e que, por si só, apresentam um cunho diversificado e interessante.
Patente nesta exposição, estará também presente o quadro de homenagem a Álvaro Cunhal, “Cunhal, o Homem” que será recolocado à disposição para aquisição.
Nota: O quadro “Cunhal, o Homem”, está amplamente divulgado na internet, sendo encontrado em vários sites, dos quais o mais conhecido é a página de Álvaro Cunhal na Wikipédia (http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alvaro_cunhal).
Para informações adicionais consulte o site http://www.xesko.webs.com
A exposição estará patente a publico de 18 de Setembro a 14 de Outubro de 2010
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Francisco Lopes dos Santos
Friday 17 September 2010 6.30 – 8.30 pm
galeria fp Rua Dr. Eduardo Neves, Porta C Estação de Entrecampos CP 1050-077 Lisbon, Portugal
Xesko (Francisco Lopes dos Santos) is a Luso-Angolan Visual Artist, resident in the UK, precursor of Dispersionism. He spread through his work, his way of seeing art and the freedom that such option gives to their creators, always presenting unique exhibitions; all differ in inspiration, technique and style.
Reveries is a series of exhibitions, which is now in its second edition, designed to present loose works that diverge from the structured traditional regular exhibitions. As the name implies, are dreams created in between of their projects and that, by it, present a diverse and interesting slant.
On display in this exhibition will also be present the work of homage to Álvaro Cunhal, “Cunhal, the Man” that will be relisted available for purchase.
Note: The work “Cunhal, the Man” is widely disseminated on the Internet, found in several sites, of which the best known is the Álvaro Cunhal´s page in Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Álvaro_cunhal).
For additional information visit the website http://www.xesko.webs.com
The exhibition will be open to public from 18 September to 14 October 2010 Monday through Saturday from 9:00 am until 9:00 pm
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