Education and Professional Experience
He graduated from San Alejandro Academy in 1977 and from the Higher Institute of Art in 1982.
Main exhibitions in recent years: With all the Irons. Sculpture group exhibition. Wifredo Lam Contemporary Art Center, Havana, Cuba (2010); The Other Reality. National Museum of Fine Arts, Havana, Cuba (2010); Escultofierro. Prado Avenue, Tenth Havana Biennial, Cuba (2009); Air Festival. Ciudad de la Vela, Antillana Square, Venezuela (2007); Art of the Main. The Show of Contemporary African, Caribbean and Latin-American Art. The Puck Building. New York, U.S.A. (2006); Latin American and Caribbean Contemporary Art Today. Promoarte Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (2005); Sculpture Meadow Project. University of Information Sciences (UCI), Havana, Cuba (2003).
More than twenty of his sculptures have been set up in Cuba, Venezuela, Spain and Japan.
Connection X. University of Information Sciences. Havana, Cuba; painted mural Between Two Waters, Cultural Center, Wifredo Lam Square, University of Information Sciences, Havana, Cuba. 2003; Balance. Steel. Servando Cabrera Moreno Museum, Havana, Cuba. 2004; Dove. Pink sand from India. Mikabo Mirai Kan, Prefecture of Gunma, Fujioka, Japan. 2005; Spinal cord. Steel. Bernardo Quetglas Collection, Palmas de Mallorca, Spain; From the series Tribute to Mario Carreño: Breathing Sum. Plaza Habana Store, Havana, Cuba. 2006; Time and Transparencies, Lobby of Hotel Palco, Havana, Cuba; Tree of the Winds. Ciudad de la Vela, Plaza Antillana, Venezuela. 2007.
Awards and Residencies
Among the most important prizes are: First International Symposium on Sculpture Form, Sun and Sea, Matanzas, Cuba. 1983; Abstraction from another dimension. Tribes Gallery and Gallery One Twenty Eight, by a grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation. January 8 – February 5, 2005; The 54 Peace Art Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan. 2006.
Important works of his authorship have been set up in Cuba, Mexico and Venezuela. His major collections are in Austria, Spain, Japan and Mexico.