This is ‘Rome’, the bravest Sanz i Vila’s exhibition

This is Rome. A set of artworks where violence, pain and death are offered in the form of a spectacle, all of them merge with Sanz i Vila’s cheerful color palette. Ten exclusive and original pieces that represent a creative milestone for the Gunter Gallery’s artist, in which movement and strength are channeled through the fight of these gladiators. "This work brings us to a balance in order to forget horror for an instant and observe, as the Romans themselves did at the time, suffering as simple visual pleasure". The work of Sanz i Vila is one of the most recognizable in the spectrum of European illustrators, always working with yellow, pink and blue as the only three colors, to which, in rarely ocasions, he adds the outline of black. It is an optimistic and genderless work, between new pop and realism, a contemporary figuration that, in this exhibition, Rome, speaks of the reality of our time through gladiators from the 1st century BC.

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This is Rome. A set of artworks where violence, pain and death are offered in the form of a spectacle, all of them merge with Sanz i Vila’s cheerful color palette. Ten exclusive and original pieces that represent a creative milestone for the Gunter Gallery’s artist, in which movement and strength are channeled through the fight of these gladiators. "This work brings us to a balance in order to forget horror for an instant and observe, as the Romans themselves did at the time, suffering as simple visual pleasure". The work of Sanz i Vila is one of the most recognizable in the spectrum of European illustrators, always working with yellow, pink and blue as the only three colors, to which, in rarely ocasions, he adds the outline of black. It is an optimistic and genderless work, between new pop and realism, a contemporary figuration that, in this exhibition, Rome, speaks of the reality of our time through gladiators from the 1st century BC.

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'City dawns', by Sr García on freedom and domestic refuge

This is the first virtual exhibition in Spain curated by Gunter Gallery. Sr. García is the artist invited to reflect on confinement and freedom, the need for communication and the domestic refuge. "I have counted each day, crossing the calendar with a red pencil one after another. I have seen how birds fly, sound, sing, breeze, sound, trees… since dawn with that same red color. No matter the hours, they marked the rhythm, with the numbers crossed out. One rhythm, and the luck of listening to them", explains the man who is the best contemporary collagist in Spain. These pieces, where the creator mixes different techniques, talks about brotherhood, open fields, humanity. An artwork that opens up a new creative path in Sr. García's career, closer to the contemporary and the pictorial.

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This is the first virtual exhibition in Spain curated by Gunter Gallery. Sr. García is the artist invited to reflect on confinement and freedom, the need for communication and the domestic refuge. "I have counted each day, crossing the calendar with a red pencil one after another. I have seen how birds fly, sound, sing, breeze, sound, trees… since dawn with that same red color. No matter the hours, they marked the rhythm, with the numbers crossed out. One rhythm, and the luck of listening to them", explains the man who is the best contemporary collagist in Spain. These pieces, where the creator mixes different techniques, talks about brotherhood, open fields, humanity. An artwork that opens up a new creative path in Sr. García's career, closer to the contemporary and the pictorial.

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