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Art used for the fight, the revolution, the nonconformity. The artist Ricardo Cavolo presents one of his most personal artworks: "It is an allegory of social struggle, I have always been critical about what happens in society, but I did not know how to use my work in that direction. And finally I have begun to know how to do it and this piece is a kind of statement of the link between my work and the social struggle". There is feeling in the artwork, strength, two profiles that look up, looking for change, struggling with stars and passion against inequality. The figure of peace appears at the top and she is raising her hand, opening her way in front of a cloud of luminous signs that guide the best of roads.
Ten percent of the benefit of this artwork is donated by the artist to different NGOs of refugees.
Silk screen 4 inks on Basik Gvarro White 370g paper.
Size: 47 x 35 cm.
Series of 50 units signed by the artist.