Marginal art, outsider art. Art not domesticated nor subjected to professional or academic norms. Artistic works that do not have a space in art galleries or museums. Created by artists who are not called artists because of physical or mental disabilities that make them different from the rest or because they do not have formal academic training. This is the profile of individuals sought by the project called Marginarte. An association formed by John Roberto, Patricia Etcheverry, and Maria Isabel Rubinat, which aims to promote and dignify marginal art through the promotion and dissemination of works by artists at risk of exclusion and social vulnerability. “We want to promote outsider art, the art that people who, due to social or personal circumstances, have not been able to dedicate themselves to art in the conventional way through studies,” defined John.