Rafael Cauduro, ‘A- Cipriano’, 1985, MLA Gallery

This painting is priced considerably lower than comparably sized works available by Cauduro today. Please inquire.

This exceptional work by this renowned Mexican artist, was done in the mid 1980’s. It is a very powerful painting, with alot of the iconographic elements that make this work so dynamic.

Rafael Cauduro is a Mexican painter born in 1950 in Mexico City. He studied architecture and industrial design at the Universidad Iberoamericana. His first exhibition was in 1976, at the Casa del Lago, in Mexico City. After 1981 he started a very close professional relationship with the Gallery Mizrachi, who represented and promoted his work over several years. In 1984, his was featured in a show at the Museum of the Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City. Within the framework of the World Expo 86 Vancouver Communications commissioned a controversial mural. He subsequently showed his work in 1991 at the Museum of Modern Art, and simultaneously was represented in New York by Alex Rosenberg, and Los Angeles in the gallery of Louise Newman and the Gallery Tasende. In 1996 he participated in a show at the National Chamber of the Palace Museum of Fine Arts. He later created a mural of Underground Scenarios at the Insurgentes station of the Metropolitan Mass Transit System of Mexico City. He has subsequently had major gallery, and museum shows in Cuernavaca, Guanajuato, Chihuahua, Mexico City, Denmark, across the US, and China.

Signature: signed lower right

Image rights: gallery

MLA Gallery, Los Angeles

acquired from the original owner.

About Rafael Cauduro

Mexican, b. 1950, Mexico City, Mexico