As a Latin American master, Mazal is the only living Mexican artist to have achieved two separate exhibitions in one year in the most prestigious museums in Mexico – Museum of Anthropology and the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City.
He has had subsequent exhibitions at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Arizona and the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Sante Fe, New Mexico. Mazal is the recipient of several prestigious awards including the Creador Artistico award, granted by the Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arts FONCA, Mexico and the New York based Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. He has collections in the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey, Mexico; the Galería Maeght, Barcelona, Spain; the Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City; Mas Art Moderno y Contemporáneo, Barcelona, Spain and the Americas Society, New York.
The work of Mazal is strongly influenced by the visual language and culture of Mexico. He is fixated with the potential to explore far into the fabric of the canvas emphasizing pure line and color and has accomplished the need for, the “spiritual in art”. Text and individual lettering become an integral component of the image. When attempting interpretation, the viewer must abandon one-dimensional thoughts and search further into the many dimensions that are prevalent in the art to grasp the vastness of depth and incandescent beauty Mazal creates.