Raimundo Figueroa’s compositions contain free-hand drawing and fragments of personal “diaries” compiled over the artist’s lifetime. He first began creating collages and montages in 1973, inspired by his personal experiences and major events of the time. Being creative in a methodical way has been a part of Raimundo Figueroa’s artistic process since he can recall. “Understanding the order inside the chaos” is his daily struggle and discipline.
Figueroa’s works are in various corporate and museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City, Museo Tamayo, Museum of Modern Art in Sao Paolo, Brazil, Paine Webber, Bacardi Corporation, Key Pharmaceutical, Equitable Corporation, Xerox Corporation, Prudential Securities, Baltimore Opera House and Shearson American Express in Chicago.