Dagoberto Rodríguez

"Weather Report". Dagoberto Rodríguez. 2 Jun - 24 Jul 2021

You can now virtually visit Dagoberto Rodríguez's last show at our gallery in calle Sallaberry. Check here the complete show in 3D!


Bad Bunny becomes immortal at the new edition of ARCO

The Madrid contemporary art fair of 2021 contains among its exhibited works some verses written by the Puerto Rican reguetonero. Valued at 30,000 euros and still without a buyer, the work contrasts high and low culture, as well as female emancipation. 

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The video that unknowingly predicted coronavirus confinement

Sabrina Amrani Gallery exhibits on its website 'Geometría popular', an audiovisual piece by Dagoberto Rodríguez that reflects on the symbolism of shapes.

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‘Guerra interior’. Dagoberto Rodríguez at CAAM

Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno's presents the exhibition 'Guerra Interior' by Cuban artist Dagoberto Rodriguez, a project curated by Chilean specialist Andrea Pacheco Gonzalez.


The show remains open to the public from June 12 to November 29, 2020 at CAAM's main venue, in the usual schedule from Tuesday to Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., with free admission. 'Guerra Interior' is the first solo exhibition in a Spanish institution of one of the great Cuban artists of the turn of the century, Dagoberto Rodriguez, co-founder and former member of the historic artistic collective Los Carpinteros, dissolved in 2018.


The exhibition proposes a journey through his creative universe through a selection of significant works of his recently created work, which mark the beginning of a new stage in his artistic career after almost three decades of collaboration with Los Carpinteros.

Visit 'Visión de Túnel' by Dagoberto Rodríguez in 3D

You can now virtually visit Dagoberto Rodríguez’s last show at our gallery in calle Madera. 3D complete show!

Interview: At Biennale Havana

Dagoberto Rodríguez participated in the XIII edition of the Havana Biennial (March 2019) in what was the premiere of his solo career. The exhibition presents a series of revolutionary slogans minted between the 40's and 50's, adopting the fonts and logos of American cars exported to Cuba at the time. For the artist, this union of revolution and capitalism reflects the irony of the existing closeness of two antagonistic countries.