Jorge Luis Gutierrez

Antuan Rodríguez’s body of work across a range of media includes painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and public art. In his use of the readymade, which he often combines with handmade elements, he conflates the object and the human form and strives to involve the viewer in the subsequent dialogue. Among his recurring visual symbols are instruments of communication and sports, and common domestic articles including plumbing equipment, utensils for eating and food itself, and clothing including footwear.

Orlando Britto Jinorio

Without knowing and many years after the facts, Antuan Rodriguez and the author of this text discovered that we had happened to be at the same time, just after the mid nineties, at the Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, CAAM, at the Palmas de Gran Canaria at the Canary Islands. Years in which this young cuban artist had decided to settle in these island in his stage of emerging creator, and when I still worked as a curator in that art center that developed its contemporary art program based in its historical and geostrategic situation between the Caribbean and Latin America, Europe and Africa.

Noel Smith

Antuan Rodríguez’s body of work across a range of media includes painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and public art. In his use of the readymade, which he often combines with handmade elements, he conflates the object and the human form and strives to involve the viewer in the subsequent dialogue. Among his recurring visual symbols are instruments of communication and sports, and common domestic articles including plumbing equipment, utensils for eating and food itself, and clothing including footwear.

Dennys Matos

Antuan Rodríguez’s body of work across a range of media includes painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and public art. In his use of the readymade, which he often combines with handmade elements, he conflates the object and the human form and strives to involve the viewer in the subsequent dialogue. Among his recurring visual symbols are instruments of communication and sports, and common domestic articles including plumbing equipment, utensils for eating and food itself, and clothing including footwear.

Paco Barragan

Without knowing and many years after the facts, Antuan Rodriguez and the author of this text discovered that we had happened to be at the same time, just after the mid nineties, at the Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, CAAM, at the Palmas de Gran Canaria at the Canary Islands. Years in which this young cuban artist had decided to settle in these island in his stage of emerging creator, and when I still worked as a curator in that art center that developed its contemporary art program based in its historical and geostrategic situation between the Caribbean and Latin America, Europe and Africa.