Alberto Alejandro Rodriguez


Alberto Alejandro Rodríguez


Alberto Alejandro Rodriguez – Works available on Artsy (link)

“Alberto Alejandro Rodríguez: Destruktion”, by Robert R. Shane, June 2020 (article link)


(1995, Havana, Cuba)
Works and studies in Havana, Cuba

2015 to present – 5th year studies in the Fine Arts University in Cuba (ISA) 
2011-2015 – Fine Arts Academy “San Alejandro”, Havana, Cuba  


Solo Exhibitions

2020   Destruktion, 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York, New Yor

           SPRING/BREAK Art Show, New York, New York

2019   Heterotopy, The Artist Gallery, Havana, Cuba                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

2016   Inventory, Ludwig Foundation of Cuba, Havana, Cuba   
          Auriga, Carmelo Gonzales Gallery, Havana, Cuba


Group Exhibitions

2018   May Diaries, The Artist Gallery, Havana, Cuba                                                                                
          Post-it 5, Galeano Gallery, Havana, Cuba
          Iteration, Collage Havana Gallery, Havana, Cuba 2017    Alberto Alejandro Rodríguez, Eliane Adela Padrón, F.M.7, Gorría Gallery, Havana, Cuba   
            Not a Group Show, Contemporary Art Center “Wilfredo Lam”, Havana, Cuba   
            Deconstruction Area, Visual Art Development Center, Havana, Cuba     

2016    All Arts’ Mother, Contemporary Art Center “Wilfredo Lam”, Havana, Cuba    

2015    Extensions, 12 Biennale of Havana, Fine Arts Academy “San Alejandro”, Havana, Cuba  

Alberto Alejandro Rodriguez – Destruktion



Alberto Alejandro Rodriguez


February 13 – May 23, 2020.


Full Article: “Alberto Alejandro Rodríguez: Destruktion”, by Robert R. Shane, June 2020 (link)

Works Available on Artsy (link)

Destruktion is a project presenting painting, sculpture, and artist books by Alberto Alejandro Rodríguez all centered on the different forms that ruins can take in modern society. Not simply as partially or completely destroyed architecture but as a changing structure woven into the urban fabric, a byproduct of indifference as humans reflexively think and interact with the space around them. The series of works in Destruktion highlight the consequences for today’s society, both negative from a practical point of view and positive from a poetic point of view.

“Destruktion” a term coined by Heidegger that influenced Jacques Derrida’s philosophy of Deconstruction, refers to dismantling a phenomenon in order to analyze and comprehend it. Every concept has a deconstructable metaphysical aspect.