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'The Power is in Your Signature' Opens at Galleria Dante

November 22, 2016

Galleria Dante, the largest and most eclectic art gallery in Puerto Vallarta, is located at Basilio Badillo #269. For more information, call (322) 222-2477, or send an email to info(at)galleriadante.com.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Galleria Dante is honored to present: "The Power is in Your Signature" by master painter, Israel Zzepda. Come and meet this exciting artist on Friday, November 25, 2016 from 6:00 to 10:00 pm.

Israel puts brush to canvas as a journalist would put pen to paper. He documents the world - its good and evil - as he sees it. As a loving father, he is concerned about the future of his family, his city, his country, the universe...

"As a ridiculous and absurd experience, perhaps trivial, or trivial but for my enlightening in the case, a telephone company denied me a cell phone line despite giving guarantees of economic solvency, because my name did not appear in the credit bureau. My logical argument was that if I do not appear in a credit bureau it is because I do not owe, which explains that if I do not have debt it is because I pay. But my argument for them was invalid. I understand your policy, is to be within a system where you owe something, is to be under the power of credit.

The greatest act of discrimination in the world is to be outside a system suitable for the dominant elite, privileged to the one who has a credit over who pays in cash or with debt.

In the cyclical formula, consumption equals happiness, production equals money, money equals power. In order to obtain the money, the limits of the responsible ethics and the sensitivity of others and of the whole are rebellious. Economic power is the cause and the end of human comedy.

Beyond borders, in every corner of the earth only with varying nuances, we are the same human with the same physical, psychological, spiritual, affective needs; Trying to understand, evolve, reproduce and inherit new generation solutions, knowledge & comfort.

The excess of economic liberalism has left a deep mark all over the world. The financial system is seen as "the Key of progress" which provides an evolutionary sensation. Humans feel empowered and based their lives on it because they think it gives sense to our lives and it also provides a survival sense but, simultaneously, it also degrades our gender as humans because it determines our lifestyle, our quality of life, can drive us to suicide and lead us to ecological extermination.

Nobody escapes from the financial strategy, nowadays it is unthinkable that a person can live self-dependent or outside this system. The system has been designed to provide a deep seductive illusion of power, freedom, joy and happiness. To find someone who can live free of debts is practically kind of a miracle.

Consumerism and debts of fake money demands a lifetime - we all pay the bills in different measures. Credit cards are the most important emblem of the word "Empowered".

In a massive or in an individual way, in all the countries in the world the financial system seeks and accomplishes that governments sign macro credits to increase their public debt, compromising the present and the future of their nations and also, condemning their people in body and soul to an unavoidable payment for a lifetime." - Israel Zzepda.

At only 45, Israel Zzepda has already been a professional artist for more than half his life. He has been painting and drawing for more than 35 years, but also sculpts in paper mache, bronze and cast aluminum. Come meet this exciting artist at Galleria Dante on Friday, November 25 from 6:00 to 10:00 pm.

While you are there, be sure to check out Di Vino Dante Wine & Tapas Bar, a new addition to the old hacienda that houses Galleria Dante and the gallery's sculpture garden. This chic wine and tapas bar is open Monday through Saturday from 2:00 to 11:00 pm.

Open Mon-Fri from 10 am to 5 pm, Galleria Dante is located at Basilio Badillo #269 in Puerto Vallarta's Romantic Zone. For more information, call (322) 222-2477, visit GalleriaDante.com, or send an email to info(at)galleriadante.com.

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