Ariel Orozco Rodríguez, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba 1979. He began his studies in visual arts in 1995 at the Professional School of Plastic Arts in Trinidad, graduating from it in 1999. He currently lives and works in Mexico City. His career began in 2002, participating in collective and individual exhibitions both in Cuba and outside the island. Among the most relevant individual exhibitions are: Behind the glass at Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome, Italy. Guajiro walking between drops of asphalt in CDMX. Present continuous Spencer Brownstone gallery of NY.
Of the most relevant collective exhibitions are: Sublimina in the Museo delle Aureliane in Rome, Italy. How could I forget you? Pierrotin Gallery, Paris France. Imago Mundi: Map of the New Art CollectionLuciano Benetton Georgio Cini Foundation, Venice Italy. Under Destruction, Swiss Institute, New York. and in different cities like London, Tokyo, Melbourne, Berlin.
His work is part of various collections such as the Museum of Modern Art, CDMX. Daros Latin America Collection, Zurich, Anita Zabludowicz Collection, London. Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, New York and Jumex Collection, Mexico.