Painting of "Costus" Mexican stage
Acrylic on paper representing a Mexican fighting rooster. Signed in the lower right part of "de O Costus", realized in the stage in which the painters lived in Mexico. It is framed with glass and the picture is in perfect condition.
In it you can appreciate the typical features of these painters of the Madrilenian Movida, where there is an explosion of colors and their peculiar vision of the things that surrounded them.
Measures without frame: 70 x 48 cm
Measures with frame: 105 x 84 cm
Juan Carrero and Enrique Naya, better known as the Costus (1974-1989). Originally from Cádiz, they moved to Madrid where they gave a great boost to the cultural life of the capital. At home they met Alaska, Fanny McNamara, Tino Casal, Pedro Almodóvar, etc. His work is his great legacy. Both their work as a whole, as well as separately, knew how to combine American pop-art with patriotic and kitschy dyes