Carlota Rodriguez

While embracing a strong sense of the handmade, Carlota Rodriguez’s paintings and drawings draw on the history of geometric abstraction as well as recent formalism.

// Carlota’s available work //


exhibition history

Crossover: Cedars of Marin + NIAD // NIAD Gallery Exhibition // November 2022

Blow Like Magic In Their Face And Vanish organized by James Sterling Pitt // October 2022

Follow the String, organized by Emma Spertus, Julio Rodriguez, Felicia Griffin, Dorian Reid, and Kiesha White // MarinMOCA, Novato, CA // October 2022

I Belong to Myself, organized by Maria Seda-Reeder // NIAD Online Exhibition // September 2022

I Wanna See All My Friends At Once, organized by Cone Shape Top // NIAD Online Exhibition // August 2022

Living forces, organized by Fernanda Martinez // NIAD Online Exhibition // July 2022

A New Geometry, organized by e bond // NIAD Online Exhibition // July 2022

High Five, organized by Emma Spertus and Ember Avalos // NIAD Online Exhibition // June 2022

Day or Night it Looks Like Night, curated by Liliana Herrera // NIAD Online Exhibition // February 2022

Relics for the Future, curated by Jessica Snow // NIAD Galleries // January 2022

Holiday Gift Guide #5, organized by Dawline-Jane Oni-Eseleh // NIAD Online Exhibition // December 2021

Holiday Gift Guide #6: Win Win 10 Sneak Preview, organized by Isabel Xilonen Ortiz // NIAD Online Exhibition // December 2021

Closing Of The Year // curated by Jean McElvane NIAD Windows 2020

A Kind of Movement // organized by Jay Wehnert Portland Art And Learning Studios 2019 

Forests And Clearings // organized By Wayne Smith NIAD Art Center 2019

Redefining Contemporary Art // organized by Courtney Eldridge Depot Steamboat Springs 2019

The Handmade // Rock Paper Scissors Collective Oakland 2018

Carlota Rodriguez // NIAD Art Center 2018

The Genre Leaps // organized by Margaret Tedesco NIAD Art Center 2018

Woven, Mixed, Tied, and Attached: Fiber As Message // organized By Ramekon O’Arwisters NIAD Art Center 2018

The Witnesses // organized by Cliff Hengst and Scott Hewicker NIAD Art Center 2017