Mascaró follows the tradition of the history of Spanish art, from the realistic imagery of Gregorio Fernández to the Baroque painting of Valdés Leal. His language is figurative but it addresses the invisible.
About the artist
Xavier Mascaró His works transport us to distant realities through a primordial and universal aesthetic. Fascinated by the iconography of ancient culture, Mascarò uses archaic figures to express the contradictions within the human soul. In his work, there is the echo of Pre-Columbian art history. Characterized by an encounter between material, form, and the psychology of the artist, his art uses heads, masks, boats, human and animal figures as symbolic representations.