Rodrigo Hernández (Mexico City, 1983) currently lives and works between Lisbon and Mexico City.

Working mostly with classical medias and techniques of art making, including drawing, sculpture and painting, Hernández is interested in the constitutive movement of art and image making, using a wide range of visual references, which range from classical Japanese printmaking, fashion, European modernism, Mesoamerican iconography and contemporary art, among others, to develop a very personal formal vocabulary. His projects vary from object-making within a devoted studio practice to site-specific and research oriented projects. 

Rodrigo Hernández has taken part in numerous solo and group exhibitions at: Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, California, US (2023); Göteborg Biennial, Göteborg, SE (2023); P////AKT, Amsterdam, NE (2023); Kestner Gesellschaft, Hannover, GE (2023); Fundación Jumex, Mexico City, MX (2022); Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín, Medellín, CO (2022); MARCO, Monterrey, MX (2022); Palace Enterprise, Copenhagen, DK (2021); Kunsthalle Kohta, Helsinki, FI (2021); Culturgest Porto, Porto, PT (2021); Fidelidade Arte, Lisbon, PT (2021); Centro de Arte José de Guimarães, Guimarães, PT (2021); Madragoa, Lisbon, PT (2020); Istanbul Modern, Istanbul, TR (2020); Galleria Campari, Milan, IT (2019); SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, GE (2019); Sala de Arte Publico Siqueiros, Mexico City, MX (2019); Kunsthalle Winterthur, Winterthur, CH (2019); Future Generation Prize, Kiev, UA (2019); Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, US (2019); Art|Basel Parcours, Basel, CH (2018) and Pivô, São Paulo, BR (2018).

His work is part of several public and private collections, such as:  Colección  Diéresis, Guadalajara; AkzoNobel Art Foundation; Museo Amparo, Puebla; Nouveau Musée National de Monaco, Monaco; Zuzeum Art Centre, Riga; Collection Villa Santo Sospir, Cap Ferrat; Stichting Kunst & Historisch Bezit ABN AMRO, Amsterdam; among others.

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