Contemporary artist, Carlos Franco’s (b. 1951) Aesop’s Fables, combined semiotics and subconsciousness to the re-deconstruct. With his unique artistic style and color reorganization, the works are full of Spanish enthusiasm and vitality. He explained the wisdom and philosophy of his predecessors to the viewer through his paintings. Carlos’ representative works are the frescoes on the exterior that have been displayed in Madrid’s main square (Plaza Mayor) since 1989. In 2004, he participated in a traveling exhibition organized by the Spanish Association for Foreign Cultural Action, bringing his works to different museums in South America, Panama, Colombia and Brazil.
In 2007, a graphic art exhibition at the Monasterio de Santo Domingo de Silos was curated by the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Carlos’s works have become the collections of many museums and public organizations, such as Artium Basque Center – Contemporary Art Museum, Reina Sofia National Art Center Museum, La Caixa Foundation in Barcelona, Spain, etc. are all his collectors.