the Effra Social
I’ve always been passionate about Keith Haring for two reasons: First because he was able to create icons and worlds with a clear style. Second, because he was in a continuous search for a universal language. This quest connects Haring with Goya, as the first title for “Los Caprichos” was “Universal Language”, but the artist changed it.
Mariscal is a bon vivant. He portraits the mediterranean livestyle starred by his characters: Los Garriris. They enjoy life at its best.
Clearly, Mariscal is very influenced by Disney and Miró.
His surreal scenes, full of black humour, are disturbing yet marvelous.