Enrique Bascón
Oil on wood
230 x 125 cms.


Who, or what is an Indian? A stereotype? The idea that, in this respect, foreigners are what is original? The metaphor of a harlequin that has lost its origin in time, along with its original customs, preserving perhaps an outfit that trancends culture. Clothing without a brand name. A joke of what was, in fact. And socially, a colorful blur which goes nowhere, and seeks to influence everything, even that which it does not understand. Neither here nor there. Only a representation of itself, and lives by the motto: Indian, survivor. “Mas Indio que Nunca”.