Tepatitlán, Jalisco, 1987
He was born on May 8, 1987, and grew up in the agricultural and rural environment. In 2005 he moved to the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco to study Architecture, later he began to be interested in art making pieces that show the physical work and the wastage lived in the field.
He currently works as an architect and has contemporary art studio following the same line of rural and wastage. Rodrigo calls himself the Joan Sebastian of contemporary art.
He studied the Diploma of Theory and History of Contemporary Art at the School of Architecture ESARQ, Guadalajara, Mexico. Coordinated by Alejandro Ramírez Lovering.
2016. Participated in the production workshop for artists at the MUAC Museum of Contemporary Art of UNAM, Mexico City, directed by Daniel Montero and in Workshop: Cacophony of shadows, accumulation and creation with Isa Carrillo and Cynthia Gutiérrez at the Museum of Art. Arte de Zapopan.
He was a beneficiary of the Artistic Creation Stimulus Program (PECDA) 2016-2017; He was also selected for portfolio review.
He has exhibited individually in 2015 with Root rural in the Museum of the city of Tepatitlán de Morelos, Mexico and in 2017 with Lana Amarilla in the Raúl Anguiano Art Museum, curated by Alejandra.
Among his collective exhibitions are the exhibitions at Salon Acme 2014-2015-2017, Salon Emergente in Miami, Arte Careyes, among others.