Hombre Elefante

Joseph Merrick, London (1862 -1890). Condemned to rejection and spending several years of his life in fairs and exhibitions of phenomena, due to his terrible malformations, the Elephant Man expresses in his diary: “It is true that my form is very strange, but blaming myself for it is blaming God.”

On a canvas packed with sensitivity, a new abstract form is born: The Elephant Man.

This painting is made in aerosols, markers and acrylic on canvas.

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