Ibrahim Miranda

Pinar del Río, Cuba, 1969

Education and Professional Experience

1988-93 Higher Institute of Art. Havana.

He has lectured on his work and on Cuban art in numerous institutions and universities in Cuba, U.S.A., England, Finland, Mexico, Brazil, Spain and Switzerland. He has also conducted workshops on xylography and participated as juror of engraving and visual arts in prestigious institutions of Cuba, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Switzerland and Brazil.

He has participated in workshops in many cities of the world. In March 2010 he gave a conference at the workshop in the Higher Institute of Art of Havana, Cuba: Theoretical and Practical Conceptualization on the Multiple Work. Edition, Graphic Means and Their Place in Contemporary Art.

Personal Exhibitions

(selection)
2008 Loop. Osvaldo Yero, Ibrahim Miranda. Galería 23 y 12. Havana, Cuba.
2007 Anamorfosis (Anamorphosis) Havana Gallerie. Zurich, Switzerland.
Metamorfosis (Metamorphosis). C5 Colección Galería. Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain.
2005 Regresión (Regression). Galería Galiano. Havana, Cuba.
Out of this world. Alonso Art. FL, U.S.A..
2004 Impulsos (Impulses). Galería Villena. Havana, Cuba.
Islas Urbanas (Urban Islands). Galería Habana. Havana, Cuba.
2002 Mapas (Maps). Galerie Havana. Zürich, Switzerland.
2001 El Viaje (The Journey). Meeting on Engraving. Development Center for the Visual Arts, Havana, Cuba.  Mapas (Maps). Espacio Arguibel. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2000 Mapas (Maps). Couturier Gallery. Los Angeles, U.S.A.

 

Collective Exhibitions and Events

(selection)
2009 Antecomienzo (Prior to the Start). Galería Factoría Habana, Havana.
Revolutionary Acts: Fifty Years of Printmaking in Cuba. Art Gallery of the University of Carleton, Ottawa, Canada.
Making Connections: Contemporary Cuban Printmakers, The Boston Printmakers and Laconia Gallery, U.S.A..
Multiple Art, Grenchen Triennial, Switzerland.
2008 Lowe Art Museum. University of Miami. Coral Gables, FL, U.S.A.
Puro Arte, 14 artistas cubanos (Pure Art, 14 Cuban Artists). Casa América. Madrid, Spain.
Summer Guests. Jyvaskyla Art Museum. Finland.
14 artistas cubanos (14 Cuban Artists). Galería Pilar Riberaygua. Andorra, Spain.
2007 A través del espejo. Arte cubano hoy (Through the Mirror. Cuban Art Today). Allegro Galería. Panama City.
Contemporary Caribbean Art. Brooklyn Museum. New York, U.S.A.
Espacios multiplicados (Multiplied Spaces). Development Center for the Visual Arts, Havana, Cuba.
2006 Printed Matter: Contemporary Works from Graphicstudio. Michael C. Carlos Museum. Emory University. Georgia, U.S.A.
Havana 1990’s. A Survey. Alonso Art Gallery. FL, U.S.A.

Collections

National Museum. Palacio de Bellas Artes. Havana, Cuba.  MoMA. Museum of Modern Art. New York. U.S.A.  Thyssen – Bornemisza Contemporary Art Foundation. Anit. Austria.  Museo de Gravura. Curitiba. Brazil.  Museum of Fort Lauderdale. U.S.A.  National Gallery of Art. Washington. U.S.A. Casa de las Américas. Havana, Cuba. Graphicstudio. Tampa. U.S.A. Museum of Contemporary Art. USF. Tampa. U.S.A.. Fundacao Biblioteca Nacional. Río de Janeiro. Brazil.  Polk Museum of Art. Lakeland, Florida. U.S.A.  LAM. Latino Art Museum. Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.. Lowe Art Museum.
FL, U.S.A..  Biblioteca Verde, Stanford University, U.S.A. Carleton University Art Gallery (CUAG), Ottawa, Canada.

Exhibitions

The Lost Steps

Ibrahim Miranda June 2010