The newspaper El Pais on September 22, data on exposure is collected Madrid. "The exhibition of the painter-sculptor JM Rozas presents powerful images with social background" ...
The Erreka 2000 Gallery began his career with an exhibition of José Manuel Rozas. The Bilbao newspaper echoes the opening of this gallery.
"The impotence of a man facing the world, the weight of culture and commitment to his people, are the key issues ..."
"... A very marked surrealism social component, reported in this work also playfulness and loving look dim poetic attack, or satire of the human condition."
"Impressive tour of this very personal and surprising universe, emerged from the surrealist philosophy ..."
"In masterpieces that overflow a message, the artist´s concerns reflects justice and society ..."
"The Erreka 2000 Gallery exhibits the work of Bilbao Jose Manuel Rozas ...."
"The art of Rozas can see, touch, smell, eat, hear, but the most amazing thing is you can love ..." Massimiliano Tonnelli
Rozas's painting was born from a manifesto surrealism
Good News magazine in its summer special issue 91, devoted a few pages to José Manuel Rozas:
"One of the best representatives of surrealism"
"Now Jose Manuel Rozas is no longer with us, possibly the borders shutdown and his prodigious mind ..."