Born in 1932, in Spain.
Lives and works in Mexico City, Mexico.
In 1949 he arrived in Mexico and, after having obtained Mexican nationality, he studied painting at the La Esmeralda Art School, producing numerous paintings, graphic designs and, more recently, sculptures, in a career spanning over 40 years to date.
Rojo is one of the members of the so-called “Generación de la Ruptura” (Breakaway Generation). The artist is a significant and notable figure in Mexican aesthetic arts and is considered one of the most important abstract artists of the country.
His work has been exhibited frequently in Mexico and abroad since 1958. He created the legendary front page of the first edition of the book One Hundred Years of Solitude in 1967.
In 1960, he co-founded the publishing company Editorial ERA, in which he was both art director and member of the editorial board.
In 1991, Rojo won the National Science and Arts Prize, in the Fine Arts category, and Mexico Design Award, and in 1993 he was awarded the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts in Spain. In 1994, he was elected a member of Colegio Nacional de México (COLMEX).
His work has been shown in numerous solo exhibitions worldwide, most notably in the US and Latin America, as well as in the major European capital cities. He has also taken part in international group exhibitions at the leading museums and art centers worldwide.