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He was born in Buenos Aires in 1941.
In 1957 he studied Comic Strips with Hugo Pratt, Alberto Brescia, Miguel Ángel Borisoff at the American Art School.
In 1960 he settled in Río de Janeiro, Brazil.
He studied Drawing, Painting, Arts and Visual Communicacion at the High School of Fine Arts in Río de Janeiro.

From 1964 until 1968 he worked as a designer at Channel 13 Proartel and other TV channels from cities in the interior of the country.
- He illustrated María Elena Walsh’s books for children and disc covers for Columbia, CBS, Philips, Tolima and Odeon.
- He directed and produced cartoons for Channel 13 Proartel.

In 1968 he set his first graphic design studio in Buenos Aires and he worked for argentinean and brazilean companies. Since 1973 he has been member of the Advertising Photographers Association.

In 1975 he was part of the Visual Arts department of the Architecture's University of La Plata.
In 1977 he settled in France and worked in marketing and visual communication.
- He worked in Italy for Fabri publishing house and he designed the children’ magazine Smack for Societá Editrice Smack.
- He published illustrated tales.
Between 1978 and 1981 he collaborated as illustrator for the journal El Nacional of Venezuela.
- He set a design and experimental photography studio in Paris.

In 1982 he returned to Argentina.
He created Cavallero Studio which used to cover the disciplines of graphic design, advertising design, photography and documentary cinema.

- He directed and did many documentaries and advertising campaigns for Lowe Argentina: International Year of Peace and UN and Italian 86, among others.

He was head teacher of design at the Higher School Ernesto de la Cárcova and teacher at the Higher Institute of Design.

In 1996 he became part of the industrial design team of FV S.A. and Ferrum S.A.

Currently, he runs his own photography, graphic design and industrial design studio.

Since 1969 he has been staging exhibitions of his works as an artist, graphic and industrial designer, and photographer.

Exhibitions:

1969: Collective exhibition in the room of the Deliberative Council of Buenos Aires.
1977: Drawings at Ruth Benzacar gallery, Talcahuano street, Buenos Aires.
1980: World Chronicles. Drawings. Alberto Elía gallery, Buenos Aires.
1984: Artists from Rocha. Cavallero, Estela, Larreta, Longhini, Robirosa, Michel and Macció. Organized by Ruth Benzacar, Buenos Aires.
Expomarca. Logotypes. Buenos Aires Cultural Centre.
An integration attempt. San Telmo Foundation.
Day of contemporary Argentine plastic arts, literature and music within the frame of the Electro Acoustic Music Festival.

1985: Belgrade 1985, Yugoslavia. Illustrations.
Advertising photographers. Organized by the Advertising Photographers Association, Recoleta Cultural Centre, Buenos Aires.

1988: Advertising photographers. Organized by the Advertising Photographers Association, Recoleta Cultural Centre, Buenos Aires.
Graphic designers. Patricios Bank Foundation, Buenos Aires.

1989: Advertising photographers. Organized by the Advertising Photographers Association, Recoleta Cultural Centre, Buenos Aires.
Advertising photographers. Organized by the Advertising Photographers Association, Museum ofModern Art, Buenos Aires.

2003: Argentine Industrial Design. Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires.

2004: Argentine Graphic Design. Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires.

As a graphic designer he produced many books and catalogues.

Some of his catalogues are:
With the eyes open. Nora Correas. National Museum of Fine Arts, 1996.
Ricardo Longhini. Ricardo Longhini. Recoleta Cultural Centre, 1998.
Jorge Gamarra.National Museum of Fine Arts, 1996.
Cristina Piceda. Cristina Piceda. Recoleta Cultural Centre, 1998.

Among his books, it is worth pointing out:
Fernando Fader. Benson & Hedges Cultural Editions, 1988.
Luis F. Benedit. National Museum of Fine Arts, 1996.

Burle Max, Lyrical Landscapes. Iris Editions, 1997.
The Story of the Parks in La Pampa. Silvina Ruiz Moreno de Bunge. El Ateneo Publishing House, 1998.
Velox Collection of Argentine Painting. Banco Velox Editions, 1999.
Cándido Portinari. Banco Velox Editions, 1999.
Velox Collection of Latin-American Paintings. Banco Velox Editions, 1999.
The Big Break. Kenneth Kemble, 2000.
Ernesto Pesce. Fundación Vittal Editions, 2001.
José Luis Menghi. Painter from la Boca. Printed Matter.
The sky’s the limit. The Story of Aerolíneas Argentinas. El Ateneo Publishing House, 2003.
Jorge de la Vega. El Ateneo Publishing House, 2003.
Tigre and the Delta’s green islands. Silvina Ruiz Moreno de Bunge. Camalote Editions, 2004.

Ruth Benzacar. Espigas Foundation, 2005.
Alfredo Prior. Vasari Publishing House, 2007.

Awards and distinctions in Graphic and Industrial Design:
Report and balance of Massalin Particulares S.A. ,1982.
First Award at Buenos Aires stock exchange, 1983.
Mention Award for the FV Stand at Expovivienda, 1984.
Avisa Award of Graphic, Association of Distribuitor’s of Graphic Media, 1993.
Award of Best Stand at Exposanitarias, 1995.
Best Design, accesories line Dominic FV at the International Industrial and Graphic Design Award,2006.

Awards and distinctions in Visual Arts:
Chosen artist for the Braque Award, 1968.

Chosen work at the 57º National Room, 1968.
Second Award in Painting, Argentine Hebrew Association. XV Annual Contest of Encouragement for Young Artists, 1968.
Eduardo Sívori and Matea Vidich de Sívori' award for the work Men on their Heads No 1, 1968.
Chosen artist for the Braque Award, 1969.
Chosen artist for the Braque Award, 1970.