Rodrigo de la Sierra is a mexican sculptor who lives and works in Mexico City, where he was born in 1971. From 1990 to 1995, he took a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture at the Valle de Mexico University.From 1994 to 2003, he was a practicing architect, specialized in space design and hydraulic engineering. From 2002 to 2005, he takes a Creativity Course given by the Valle de Mexico University. He participated in a Workshop on Materials and Patinas;
and a Workshop on Sculpture at the Pippal Art and Sculpture Center. He took courses on modeling, wood carving, molds and casting, and figurative sculpture at the Iberoamericana University. Later on, he took private lessons with Sculptors Luis Rey Luna andGustavo Salmones.
Since 2008 to date he has developed a very interesting carrer as a sculptor which has lead him to show his work in some of the most important cities in the world and several international contemporary art fairs. De la Sierra refers to Timo as everybody’s man, somewhat of an alter ego. With a closer study of this character one sees a seemingly comic veneer interpreting some real serious stuff.