"El fuego y la grasa" is a solo exhibition of the artist Bernardo Tejeda curated by Marisol Salanova about symbolism in dialogue with art in his early spiritual expression at the Museo de la Valltorta (Castellón) from October 18th to December 18th 2013. Cave paintings indicate that in prehistoric times humans had an artistic representation system probably related to some magic-religious practices to promote hunting. Spearheads, whips, canes and other tools related to this are present in images that refer to shamanic traditions that have existed throughout the world from the beginning. Now materials created by the artist around the shamanic are exposed with apparent order, causing some doubt, making us thinking into the work of Joseph Beuys on fat or contemporary rock art by Ana Mendieta.