Efraïm Rodriguez

  • JAUME
    2013
    Madera y hierro.
    180 x 50 x 38 cm.
    JAUME
    2013
    Madera y hierro.
    180 x 50 x 38 cm.
    JAUME
    2013
    Madera y hierro.
    180 x 50 x 38 cm.
    JAUME
    2013
    Madera y hierro.
    180 x 50 x 38 cm.
  • Bruno
    2018
    Maderas policromadas
    114x60x40 cm. / 45x23.6x15.7 in.
    Bruno
    2018
    Maderas policromadas
    114x60x40 cm. / 45x23.6x15.7 in.
    Bruno
    2018
    Maderas policromadas
    114x60x40 cm. / 45x23.6x15.7 in.
    Bruno
    2018
    Maderas policromadas
    114x60x40 cm. / 45x23.6x15.7 in.
  • "18 years old Helena"
    2020
    Maderas policromadas.
    177x44x45 cm. / 69.7x17.3x17.7 in.
    "18 years old Helena"
    2020
    Maderas policromadas.
    177x44x45 cm. / 69.7x17.3x17.7 in.
    "18 years old Helena"
    2020
    Maderas policromadas.
    177x44x45 cm. / 69.7x17.3x17.7 in.
    "18 years old Helena"
    2020
    Maderas policromadas.
    177x44x45 cm. / 69.7x17.3x17.7 in.
  • "Giorgia amb Trenca"
    2017
    Madera
    86x31x23 cm. / 33.8x12.2x9 inches
  • "First winter"
    2015
    Madera de ciprés, corcho y silla
    108x57x60 cm. / 42.5x22.4x23.6 inches
  • “Martí Amb capa”
    2011
    Madera de haya y álamo policromado
    104x46x46 cm. / 40.9x18.1x18.1 inches
  • "At Car"
    2015
    Madera de haya y pino
    62x52x78 cm. / 24.4x20.4x30.7 inches..

CV - Biography: 

Efraïm Rodríguez, born in València, has lived in Granollers (Barcelona) since 1977. 

He has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, where he is a professor since 2005.

In his professional career, he has used a wide variety of materials and forms in the exhaustive investigation of sculptural language. He has developed his work in the environment of figurative sculpture, on a real scale, exploring the expressive possibilities of the material and working it with great technical virtuosity.

The material and the way of articulating the elements that make up his sculptures and characters weave a disturbing dialogue, which begins in sculpture and ends in the viewer. Efraïm Rodríguez’s work is a mixture of hyperrealism and strangeness. His characters, created from fragments, in an assembly of pieces, configure human anatomies that are protagonists of domestic scenes, everyday instants, often decontextualized. His work has been exhibited in exhibitions and fairs in Spain, France, Germany, United States, among other countries, and is part of prestigious national and international collections