Surrealist artist Santiago Ribeiro has recently been the victim of a robbery in San Juan Capistrano, a city in California with four works of art stolen. They are valued at an estimated 35 thousand dollars.
The house owner, also an artist, was a victim of the criminal act.
Ribeiro’s works had already toured several countries and several North American cities such as New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, Mississippi, Indiana, and Denver, as well as exhibited on the giant screens of Nasdaq and Reuters Sign In in Times Square in New York as well as in many others.
The Portuguese surrealist artist is the mentor and promoter of the world’s largest surrealist exhibition of the 21st century, International Surrealism Now. His work has been exhibited globally, as well as in Berlin, Moscow, New York, Exhibition in Dallas, Los Angeles, Mississippi, Indiana, Denver, Warsaw, Saint Nantes, Paris, London, Vienna, Beijing, Florence, Madrid, Granada, Barcelona, Lisbon, Belgrade, Montenegro, Romania, Japan, Taiwan, Brazil, Minsk, New Delhi, Jihlava (Czech Republic) and Caltagirone in Sicily and several cities in Portugal.
The Times Square in New York, USA has often reported his exhibition information, and collectors have collected his works in many countries.
The stolen art of Santiago Ribeiro is presented below:
Anyone with any information concerning the stolen pieces should contact the San Juan Capistrano Police Services.