Known for his highly political art involving the use of his body, of discarded and symbolically charged materials, Rosemberg Sandoval uses drawing, sculpture, photography and performance to configure installations in diverse formats that reference notions of morality, death, uncertainty, absence, memory, exile, and extermination. Through a coherent and poignant body of work, Sandoval proves that art is an effective means for questioning values and bringing to light the disparate character of our society.
“The subjects that are treated in Sandoval’s pieces are nothing more and nothing less than what he sees in his immediate surroundings; they are, simply, real. The drama, the pain, and the dirt are shown starkly not only because the artist makes this decision but also because reality often presents itself starkly in the eyes of the people”
Aprendices de chicos malos
Dibujo Sucio III
Tablón Mujer (II)
Boceto (Estructura. Detalle)
Casita de arroz
Pañuelo de Anacleto
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