From 1987 to 1989 Josignacio had his artwork on display at the following Galleries for exhibition:
Galeria del Liceo Artistico y Literario de Regla
Galeria San Miguel del Padron
Galeria de la Casa del Joven Creador
Galeria del Palacio del Segundo Cabo
Galeria del Karl Marx
Galeria del teatro Mella
Centro de Exposiciones Pabellon Cuba
Galeria de la Casa de la Cultura de Plaza
Galeria del Comité Estatal de Finanzas
"Moda en rojos" La Maison Fashion house
La Casona, Sede del Ballet Nacional de Cuba (Cuban National Ballet)
Galeria del Fondo Cubano de Vienes Culturales
Galeria del Café Teatro Brecht
Participation with Arte Calle group, 23 y 12 Vedado 1989 "Fry Eggs Still Life"
1989 "Comparzas y Carnavales" La Maison
Exhibición en el lobby del Hotel Habana Riviera "Mariposas"
Exhibición en el lobby del Hotel Habana Libre "Abstracts"
Exhibición en el lobby del Hotel Internacional de Varadero
1988 - Salon de la Ciudad in Havana, Cuba.
1996 - Art Palm Beach, represented by Ramiro Casanas Gallery located in Palm Beach, Florida.
1996 - "Josignacio" at Domingo Padron Gallery in Coral Gables, Florida
1996 - "Josignacio" at Alfredo Martinez Gallery
1996 - Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, Florida Hortt 38
1997 - "Live Collages" at Risk Night Club organized by Ingrid Casares and Chris Paciello.
1997 - "The Miami Clowns" at Risk Night Club organized by Ingrid Casares and Chris Paciello.
1997 - "Marihuana" at Risk Night Club organized by Ingrid Casares and Chris Paciello.
1997 - "Hot Sex at Your own Risk" at Risk Night Club organized by Ingrid Casares and Chris Paciello.
1997 - "Liquid Sex" at Liquid Night Club organized by Ingrid Casares and Chris Paciello.
1991 to 2007 - Art Miami
2007 - "Collages and Things" at Mario Fine Arts Gallery in Miami, Florida.
2007 - "Music for Pisces" at the Gallery of Regions Bank in Coral Gables, Florida.
2009 - "Saint Michael de Archangel" at Hialeah Park RaceTrack re-opening in Hialeah, Florida.
2009 - New Jersey’s Art629 Gallery "Art Series’ Presents: Contemporary Cuban Artist Josignacio". A Prevention First’s charitable event for the children of Asbury Park.
2010 - "Josignacio: The Master of Colors" exhibition previewing the artworks appearing in the documentary of the same title at the Surf Club in Surfside, Florida.
2015 - "Cuban Art Revolution" at Macaya Gallery, Wynwood Art District
2016 - "China and its Popular Culture" at the Culture Pavilion of the Expocuba which was dedicated to celebrate the 169th anniversary of the arrival of Chinese people to Cuba. Notably, this was the first exhibition of Josignacio in Cuba after working in the USA for more than 26 years. The exhibition depicted the 12 signs of the Chinese Zodiac. Additionally, there was an interpretation of the fenghuang, a koi fish, a butterfly, and a panda bear. The opening words of the exhibition were held by the Ambassador of the People's Republic of China in Havana, Cuba, Mr. Zhang Tuo.
2016 - "De Douceur Á Intense" An exhibition consisting of 21 paintings from Josignacio's "Dance Series" and they are a recreation of the most relevant classical ballets interpreted by the Cuban National Ballet, such as Swan Lake, Giselle, Don Quixote (ballet) and Carmen. Carmen Suite (ballet) which is a one-act ballet created in 1967 by Cuban choreographer Alberto Alonso to music by Russian composer Rodion Shchedrin. Prima ballerina assoluta and founder of The Cuban National Ballet, Alicia Alonso, personally commissioned such exhibition. The show was held at the Gran Teatro de La Habana as part of the artistic events celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the International Ballet Festival of Havana in "La Sala Ernesto Lecuona"
2017 - The exhibition titled "El Renacer del Ave Fénix" (The Reborn of Phoenix) to celebrate the new Chinese year 2017 "Fire Rooster" (28 January -15 February 2018) Josignacio exhibited this cultural myth in the heart of Havana's Chinatown in Casa de las Artes y Tradiciones Chinas commissioned by its director Dr. Teresa Li. The opening words of the exhibition were held by the new Ambassador of the People's Republic of China in Havana, Cuba, Mr. Chen Xi and Author and Ethnologist Dr. de:Natalia Bolívar. Also Cuban Government representatives were present at the opening.
The key artwork of the exhibition as well as the Signs Series titled "Fénix" was acquired by the Casa de las Artes y Tradiciones Chinas for display in its permanent collection.
2017 - The most emblematic and iconic place in Havana is La Bodeguita del Medio founded in 1942 and in its 75th Anniversary as part of the festivities of this commemorative event, was included an acquisition of Josignacio’s work titled “Mojito”, a semi-figurative painting depicting this traditional and typical drink to be on its permanent display.
2017 – Siete Adagios para Safo y Ganimedes "Seven Adagios for Sappho and Ganymede"
Despite the controversy of the homosexuality’s delicate theme in the communist’s Cuba, a collection of seven nonfigurative large format guitars curated by Journalist and writer Yoel Almaguer de Armas and Lic. in Art History Diana Rosa Crespo were exhibited in the Karl Marx Theatre. In the typical Josignacio’s forms and colors, they based their selection in order to match the seven colors of the rainbow; a cure was made to symbolize the colors of the flag that characterizes the world movement LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) That are precisely the colors of the actual rainbow. The Rainbow Flag, also known as the LGBT flag, is the representation of the gay and lesbian community since the late 1970s. The flag was designed by artist Gilbert Baker and popularized in 1978. These pieces are part of Josignacio’s extensive series of guitars called “Rainbow Guitars” and he did this show in support of the rights of equality and acceptance of those discriminated against in his native Island and bravely led precisely by Mariela Castro Espin, the daughter of Raúl Castro Ruz, the actual president of Cuba. Mariela currently heads the Cuban National Center for Sex Education (CENESEX) proof that its government is showing their intentions in opening the human rights issues. The reason for the title "Seven Adagios for Sappho and Ganymede": Josignacio uses the musical term adagio because it is a musical piece whose tempo is slower, as well as slow has been the process of acceptance of LGBT movement and two characters, the real Sappho of Mytilene, also known as Sappho of Lesbos, a Greek poet who has historically been identified by many as the symbol of female homosexuality and the mythological Ganymede who became the lover of the God Zeus.
2017 - “China Pure Colors” China a Puro Color, at Expo Cuba (arts pavilion) Eight big format abstract paintings depicting the typical colors of China’s culture and folklore to celebrate the 170th anniversary of the presence of the Chinese in Cuba. Organized by Ministerio de Cultura de la República de Cuba, Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China, Oficina del Historiador de la Habana and Instituto Cubano de Amistad con los Pueblos (ICAP)
2017 - “Punto y Línea sobre el plano” a group art exhibition in Fábrica de Arte Cubano (FAC) including Antoine Mena, Donis Llago, Gabriel Sanches Toledo, Jorge Gody, Josignacio, Nelson Villalobo Ferrer, Onay Rosquet, Osy Milián, Víctor M. Gómez and curated by FAC head’s curator Rosemary Rodríguez.
2017- "Fuente del Otro" Exhibition at Galería René Portocarrero National Theatre of Cuba, 29 contemporary artists among them: Pedro de Oraa, Carlos Trillo Name, Ruben Rodriguez, Dionisio Abad Jarrosay Ruiz, Jose Fowler, Rogelio Rodriguez Cobas, Angel Rivero Sierra, Wilay Méndez Páez, Ramón Víctor Casas Viera and Santiago Luis Ferrer – Kender as a homage to Cuban master René Portocarrero.
2017- "National Encounter of Abstract Art" at "René Portocarrero" Gallery of the National Theater of Cuba/Encuentro Nacional de Arte Abstracto. Galería “René Portocarrero” del Teatro Nacional de Cuba from October 8 to November 8, show curated by Author Lic. Luis García Peraza and catalogue’s words made by renowned Cuban abstract painter Pedro de Oraá, the show included twenty-nine abstract artists.
2017- “Martí visto por Josignacio” “Martí seen by Josignacio” A selection of twenty eight artworks in a Solo show (art exhibition) made by the artist inspired by the life, figure and writing works such as Simple Verses, of Cuban’s National Hero, poet José Martí, through more than thirty year’s career in the Biblioteca Nacional de Cuba José Martí gallery El Reino de Este Mundo in collaboration with Consejo Nacional de Artes Plasticas. The opening date for this show was chosen October 18 to celebrate 116 anniversary of the library’s, which was established on October 18, 1901.
The National Library of Cuba José Martí, for its permanent collection acquired the exhibited diptych “Mi verso es de un verde claro y de un carmín encendido” / “My verse is light green and a carmine in fire” depicting a portraits of Martí. The artwork will be on permanent display at the public gallery.Type your paragraph here.