Carlos Rojas, ‘Bodegon con vaso’, 1960, Durban Segnini Gallery

About Carlos Rojas

Carlos Rojas practiced architecture before turning to a career in painting. He described his artistic pursuit as articulating the geometric basis of the world, which for Rojas González was linked to his understanding of spirituality and the divine. Rojas explains: “I have never created anything. […] That which I study, analyze and compare yields some common denominators, which, when agglomerated, give rise to a result, and the result is the artwork.” His works are characterized by a vibrant use of contrasting colors, and a strong sense of architectural space—a remnant from his former occupation. Rojas drew inspiration from the practice of Antonio Berni, and his own love of music.

Colombian, 1933-1997

Solo Shows on Artsy

Carlos Rojas - Reconstructing the vision, Fernando Pradilla/El Museo, Madrid

Group Shows on Artsy

Edges and Angles, Leon Tovar Gallery, New York
Speaking of Abstraction, Durban Segnini Gallery, Miami