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“Life is too serious to take us

so seriously.”

Rodrigo De la Sierra lives and works in Mexico City where he was born in 1971. After completing his Bach¬elor’s in Architecture, and a course on Creativity at Uni¬versidad del Valle de México, he worked as an architect for 12 years. De la Sierra later studied Plastic Arts for 4 years, taking different workshops such as Materials and Patina Techniques, and Sculpture Workshop at the Pip¬pal’s Sculpture and Art Circle. He was trained in mod¬eling, wood carving, molds and casting, and figurative sculpture at Universidad Iberoamericana. After that, he went on with his development through a self-teaching approach.

In 2016, he receives an Honorary Doctorate from the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, and in his honor, the Architecture and Design Faculty of the UAEM names the Art Plaza Rodrigo de la Sierra “Timoteo”. In 2018, in homage to his professional career and his social assistance works, Lotería Nacional dedicates its draw to his character Timoteo. That same year, Timoteo appears in the national Post Stamp to commemorate “World Post Day”. In 2021, he is positioned by Forbes magazine in the Top 10 of the 100 Most Creative Mexicans in the world. Today, his work is exhibited in Mexico City, San Miguel de Allende, Puebla, Xalapa, Chicago, and cities in South Korea and Malaysia.