Vicente Rojo “ signos y letras “ engravings of sugar and aquatint Hand Signed / 3/7 PT
Vicente Rojo “ signos y letras “ engravings of sugar and aquatint
Hand Signed / 3/7 PT
Size 35 x 25 cm
Vicente Rojo Almazán (15 March 1932 – 17 March 2021) was a Spanish-Mexican painter, graphic designer, and sculptor.
A member of the so-called Generation of Rupture, Vicente Rojo was an important and prominent figure in the arts in Mexico. His work and the diversity of projects and disciplines he cultivated made him one of the most respected artists in the country, considering himself one of the most influential characters in the construction of Mexican culture in the second half of the 20th century in Mexico.
Within the plastic arts, he was considered one of the most important artists of abstractionism in Mexico, while in the field of design and publishing, his participation in institutions and literary projects made him an outstanding engine of Latin American letters.
He exhibited on numerous occasions in Mexico and abroad, beginning in 1958.