The Rodriguez Collection publications exemplify research of the Kendall Art Center staff, associates curators and art critics that contribute to the program, and serve as a valuable resource to scholars, students, and art lovers alike.

From its founding in 2016, The Rodriguez Collection has published exhibition catalogues, collection catalogue, and books about the collection. Today it is one of the leading privately owned Cuban contemporary art collections open to the public in the world, and its award-winning books consistently set the standard for scholarship, production values, and elegant design. Each year, The Kendall Art Center produces about 15 exhibition and collection catalogues and books, geared to a general audience, that focuses on works in The Rodriguez Collection or exhibitions displayed at the Kendall Art Center.

Current book titles are in-print, with a link to purchase the book.

The Rodriguez Collection publications program will continue to expand in scope in order to reach the broadest possible audience, thus fulfilling the institution's mission to increase public awareness of and appreciation for art, presenting insightful scholarly discussions and diverse voices on works of art, art history, and especially in The Rodriguez Collection and Kendall Art Center exhibitions.

Where we come from?


The Kendall Art Cultural Center (KACC), dedicated the past six years to the preservation and promotion of contemporary art and artists, and to the exchange of art and ideas throughout Miami and South Florida, as well as abroad. Through an energetic calendar of exhibitions, programs, and its collections, KACC provides an international platform for the work of established and emerging artists, advancing public appreciation and understanding of contemporary art.


Passion and Instinct: Collecting Art

A resemblance of the Rodriguez Collection

The Rodríguez collection is a blueprint of Cuban art and its diaspora. Within the context of the new MoCA-Americas the collection becomes an invaluable visual source for Diaspora identity. It represents a different approach to art history to try to better understand where we come from to better know where we are heading.


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