Fifth edition 'Art Hunter' Contest by Gunter Gallery. Take part!

Do you want to see your artwork exhibited next to those made by important artists like Ricardo Cavolo, Paula Bonet, Coco Dávez, BoaMistura or Jean Jullien? Gunter Gallery announces its V contest ‘Art Hunter’, which is looking for all those illustrators, urban artists, graphic designers, and artists who want to work with the technique of silkscreen. The winner of the contest will see his work reproduced under the technique of silkscreen (limited and signed series of 20 units) and will become part of the catalog of Gunter Gallery and of our network and exhibitions. The winner will also receive the fees corresponding to the sale of each unit from the series, under the previous signature of an artist contract.

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Do you want to see your artwork exhibited next to those made by important artists like Ricardo Cavolo, Paula Bonet, Coco Dávez, BoaMistura or Jean Jullien? Gunter Gallery announces its V contest ‘Art Hunter’, which is looking for all those illustrators, urban artists, graphic designers, and artists who want to work with the technique of silkscreen. The winner of the contest will see his work reproduced under the technique of silkscreen (limited and signed series of 20 units) and will become part of the catalog of Gunter Gallery and of our network and exhibitions. The winner will also receive the fees corresponding to the sale of each unit from the series, under the previous signature of an artist contract.

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Amber Vittoria: imperfect women who belong to art

Ugliness is the artistic trend that aesthetically values ​​the ugly. There are those who, in addition to claiming it, transform it into an artwork. It was done by Francis Bacon, El Bosco within Garden of Earthly Delights, also Diane Arbus with her photographs, or even Munch in The Scream. Ugliness is a truly style today, imperfection is powerful and attractive to artists. Gunter Gallery has several artists who work on this trend: María Herreros, Carla Fuentes and the latest incorporation, the American Amber Vittoria. The work of Amber Vittoria, pushing the physical features of women to the limit, with long limbs and rounded shapes, is one of the best named and recognizable in the United States’ illustration.

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Ugliness is the artistic trend that aesthetically values ​​the ugly. There are those who, in addition to claiming it, transform it into an artwork. It was done by Francis Bacon, El Bosco within Garden of Earthly Delights, also Diane Arbus with her photographs, or even Munch in The Scream. Ugliness is a truly style today, imperfection is powerful and attractive to artists. Gunter Gallery has several artists who work on this trend: María Herreros, Carla Fuentes and the latest incorporation, the American Amber Vittoria. The work of Amber Vittoria, pushing the physical features of women to the limit, with long limbs and rounded shapes, is one of the best named and recognizable in the United States’ illustration.

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The colors and positivism of artist Lisa Congdon that can save the world

She was named one of 40 Women Over 40 to Watch in 2015 and she is featured in the 2017 book, 200 Women Who Will Change the Way you See the World. Lisa Congdon lives and works in Portland, Oregon (USA), and and she is one of the recent additions to Gunter Gallery. She was named one of 40 Women Over 40 to Watch in 2015 and she is featured in the 2017 book, 200 Women Who Will Change the Way you See the World. 

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She was named one of 40 Women Over 40 to Watch in 2015 and she is featured in the 2017 book, 200 Women Who Will Change the Way you See the World. Lisa Congdon lives and works in Portland, Oregon (USA), and and she is one of the recent additions to Gunter Gallery. She was named one of 40 Women Over 40 to Watch in 2015 and she is featured in the 2017 book, 200 Women Who Will Change the Way you See the World. 

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Gunter Gallery curated all artistic actions in the new Uniqlo store in Madrid

It was the opening of a most anticipated store in recent years in Madrid. The Japanese firm Uniqlo landed in the capital of Spain and Gunter Gallery supported this event with a series of artistic actions. The most outstanding was the realization of a large mural in the center of the store, on tile, with daily scenes from the life of Madrid made by the artist Gonzalo Muiño. Also, this same Gunter Gallery artist made the designs of three limited edition bags that welcomed in a personal way all the fans of the Japanese house. The action was completed with a temporary exhibition with about 10 works by Gunter Gallery artists, including two originals inspired by Japan by Simmon Said and Mercedes Bellido.

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It was the opening of a most anticipated store in recent years in Madrid. The Japanese firm Uniqlo landed in the capital of Spain and Gunter Gallery supported this event with a series of artistic actions. The most outstanding was the realization of a large mural in the center of the store, on tile, with daily scenes from the life of Madrid made by the artist Gonzalo Muiño. Also, this same Gunter Gallery artist made the designs of three limited edition bags that welcomed in a personal way all the fans of the Japanese house. The action was completed with a temporary exhibition with about 10 works by Gunter Gallery artists, including two originals inspired by Japan by Simmon Said and Mercedes Bellido.

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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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