Carlos Rojas’ exhibition recreates an itinerary through several of the thematic series that he undertook in his career, with significant works of the series Mutantes, Mater Materia, Dorado, América, Pueblos, Ingeniería de la visión and Papeles pegados. Carlos Rojas began creating in the late fifties, with his phase called First Papers in which he worked with a conception of space inherited from Cubism, where fragmentation and discontinuity of the line are evident. In the whole work of Rojas has been present his vision of the environment, the country and the American land. Around the 70s, it becomes the pillar of his artistic production. His ascetic attitude, his tendency to divest himself of all the accessories, his interest in working with the minimum elements, responds both to his interest in geometric currents of contemporary art, and his inclination for Tao. Rojas’ sense of abstraction comes from an experiential contact with their environment, a sense of belonging to a whole difficult to access by rational means.