Born in 1946 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Lives and works in Ivry-sur-Seine, France
After studying at the National Academy of the Arts in Buenos Aires, where he spent time with sculptor Antonio Pujja and cartoonist Hugo Pratt and collaborated with Francesco Marino di Teana. Osvaldo Rodriguez fled the dictatorship, taking refuge in Paris in 1977. Fascinated by the cultural aura of France, he put his talents to work for his two passions, sculpture and theatre, to create sets for plays and films. He produced a fresco on commission from the Grand Palais in 1984, measuring 520 m long and 3.5 m high, comprising 86 individual paintings.