Nathalie Karg Gallery

Gamaliel Rodriguez

Gamaliel Rodríguez (b. 1977 in Puerto Rico) is a visual artist based in Puerto Rico. He works with felt, acrylic and ballpoint pen to produce aerial views of artificial industrial, military, and civilian structures in Puerto Rico and US territories. Memories are manipulated into dystopian, apocalyptic drawings that imagine the collapse of global infrastructure into ruin. Rodríguez received his BA from the University of Sacred Heart in San Juan PR in 2004; his MFA from the Kent Institute of Art and Design in 2005; and has participated in numerous residencies. Rodríguez’s work has been included in both solo and group exhibitions such as at SCAD Museum in Savannah, Georgia; Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico in San Juan, Puerto Rico; and Bronx Museum of the Arts in New York.


Leaf Chronicle, Charles Booth, APSU'S The New Gallery presents Gamaliel Rodriguez, Memorias Manipuladas, 2019 Art in America, Marina Reyes Franco, Atlas San Juan: Tropical Depression, October 2018 The New York Times, Charo Henríquez, Joe Coscarelli, Michael Paulson and Jennifer Schuessler, Creativity from The Chaos of Hurricane Maria, September 2018 KPRENSA, KPRENSA, Gamaliel Rodriguez, January 2018 TimeOut, Howard Halle, The best free art exhibitions in NYC, January 2018, First New York solo exhibition of artist Gamaliel Rodriguez opens at Nathalie Karg Gallery, January 2018 Folio, Daniel A. Brown, Gamaliel Rodríguez Captures the Inevitable DECAY of Civilization Through an Aerial View, August 2017 Hyperallergic, Jillian Steinhauer, Getting an International Glimpse at Open Studios, April 2013