ManchasOrange, Blue, Brown
11.000€ – 14.000€
The carpets of the Spanish artist Mariscal escape all industrial flattery and become works limited in quantity, presenting forms that are, on the one hand, the fruit of pure imagination and on the other the stimuli of an external world in continuous and rapid evolution. They demonstrate a love of the sign, of strange, imaginative alphabets and half-human, half-animal creatures, arriving at a script made up of faces, in which the figures represented tell stories, followed by other stories, in a sort of dance. The interaction between the expressive disciplines of literature and visual art thus becomes a key component of the concept of representative planning. Mariscal manages to combine the most important artistic experiences of the last century, specifically the abstract surrealism of painters such as Miró, with images in connection with street art. The artist's carpets are the expression of an art in continuous collaboration and contamination, accustomed to moving between different languages to understand their mechanisms with the ability to transcend space-time categories.