The Intrepid continues his critical spirit and characteristic sense of humour, with which he filters and reinterprets the excess of images that overwhelm us through the various media.
Lascivious women surrounded by weapons, accompanied by skeletons and skulls, or with their usual cats, are depicted from the viewpoint of a voyeur with whom we may identify. Through them he offers a Pop-Art flavoured interpretation of the vital and antagonistic impulses of Eros and Thanatos.
These new compositions, where backgrounds and foregrounds merge, seduce us with their daring colours and surface innocence. But the intimate Matissian interiors and idyllic landscapes are tinged with a latent eroticism and violence.