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Spanish artist Pepe Carretero shows his work in Rome

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Rome (Italy), Jul 19 (EFE) .- (Camera: Toni Conde) The artist from La Mancha Pepe Carretero presented on Monday at the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome the exhibition "The reality of dreams", with pictures in which he draws his dreams, from some real ones with their relatives, to nightmares or surreal images that deal with themes such as death or sexuality.FOOTAGE OF THE EXHIBITION OF THE MANCHEGO ARTIST PEPE CARRETERO AT THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF SPAIN IN ROMESOUNDBITESTRANSLATIONI'm still surprised by art. If I knew everything, I would get bored. I still enjoy doing this. The word happiness scares me a bit. I was very happy here and this is the second time I'm back since I received the scholarship. Rome, I'm in love, it's hot now but I love it here. I'm very happy to be here and I hope a lot of people enjoy this exhibition

Added on the 19/07/2021 14:05:33 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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