Artist's description:

Mask that pays tribute to the Mayan god. This god was associated with creation. The piece has two reptiles intersected in a symmetric way.

Known for his incredibly detailed and politically-charged stencil street art, Cawamo explores cultural identity and pre-Hispanic art through his work. In the studio, he uses mixed media, like printmaking and ceramics, to bring his ideas to life.

He turned his back on the street art world, and moved away from media and stencil art. Aesthetics and the superficial archetype of the street artist no longer fit his career goals.

Cawamo embarked on a journey to find himself as an artist, traveling from place to place until he finally found a home in Oaxaca. Famous for its Mexican art and crafts, Cawamo finally found where he belonged.
Driven by his desire to become a craftsman and an artisan, he began working with ceramics, textiles, and glass.

With his new techniques and methods, Cawamo finally found satisfaction in his work. He no longer feared imperfections, as he believes they are a part of the soul. He started using digital media not as an art form, but as a tool and a means to an end.

Materials used:

ceramic, pottery, high temperature

Itzamna (2015)


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