I met Nazario‘s work twice. The first time was probably at Diana‘s house, it was perhaps Anarcoma or a comic at El Víbora. By that time I was discovering so many things, I had my mind full of BDSM, queer, punk, freaky, bloody imagery!
Then I met him again, in person, so elegantly seated on the sofa with the exquisite Alejandro. They are both Lola‘s godfathers.
And so I connect the dots and realized I was “hanging out” with this great artist who’s work I had seen a few years ago!
At Lola’s mother’s living room are some of his beautiful paintings. Now, next to them, are also two of my photographs (that she bought) so it’s quite an honor to be together in this private gallery!
A funny thing I like to do with Lola is spot her at his paintings:
There’s a lot to know about him. He and his friends have inspired many people with their marica folklorica political and fun street performances during the 70′s.
All the videos he does from his window at Plaza Real are on his YouTube channel.
Lola and I and a friend (Andy, who does the music for Pornoterrorista‘s new performances) appear in this one:
He has so much wondrous artwork, his website seems infinite.