Ricardo Cavolo exhibits in Spain, after 7 years, by the hand of Gunter Gallery

The show, under the title ‘The wound of the hero’, reviews the lives of the greatest superheroes to analyze their inner demons and present them as ‘real’ heroes. Pop-up in Madrid on November 30 and December 1. The artist himself explains the exhibition in this way: “Each character in this exhibition was and still is a hero of my childhood. I love them, I respect them and I would like to show my admiration for them. Everyone knows their public facet: powerful, strong, they don't know fear and they save the world every day. But I want to show them without masks, people fighting their demons. In this way, we will be able to understand that they are even more powerful, strong and brave. ”

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The show, under the title ‘The wound of the hero’, reviews the lives of the greatest superheroes to analyze their inner demons and present them as ‘real’ heroes. Pop-up in Madrid on November 30 and December 1. The artist himself explains the exhibition in this way: “Each character in this exhibition was and still is a hero of my childhood. I love them, I respect them and I would like to show my admiration for them. Everyone knows their public facet: powerful, strong, they don't know fear and they save the world every day. But I want to show them without masks, people fighting their demons. In this way, we will be able to understand that they are even more powerful, strong and brave. ”

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Cover Puente aéreo by Santiago MorillaThere are some Gunter’s artists who confess, openly, that without music they could not create. And much of this music is brought by LaFonoteca, a group of promoters / passionate about music that are doing a great job supporting Spanish emerging music bands.

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Cover Puente aéreo by Santiago MorillaThere are some Gunter’s artists who confess, openly, that without music they could not create. And much of this music is brought by LaFonoteca, a group of promoters / passionate about music that are doing a great job supporting Spanish emerging music bands.

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20.000 reasons to be Nick Cave

Nick Cave artwork by littleisdrawing to Gunter GalleryThe Australian singer Nick Cave is already a deity and this is reflected in the documentary about his life '20 000 days on Earth'. Everything lived for this music star since he was born until he recorded his latest album 'Push the Sky Away' (2013). For very fans. Inspiring and exciting.

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Nick Cave artwork by littleisdrawing to Gunter GalleryThe Australian singer Nick Cave is already a deity and this is reflected in the documentary about his life '20 000 days on Earth'. Everything lived for this music star since he was born until he recorded his latest album 'Push the Sky Away' (2013). For very fans. Inspiring and exciting.

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