Currently on view at David Bloch Gallery in Marrakech, Alëxone Dizac’s solo show “Banana Spleen” is a whimsical, interdisciplinary exploration of the artist’s character-driven, colorful aesthetic. The exhibition includes paintings on fabric, sculptures, an installation, and a mural. Dizac began his career as a graffiti writer in Paris in the early 1990s. Though still focused on comical, surreal animal characters, his work has evolved into many other media. The busy, psychedelic paintings in the show feature the strange adventures of Dizac’s signature anthropomorphic birds and dogs as they navigate through abstract patterns floating in space. Take a look at some highlights from “Banana Spleen” below before the show ends on November 29.