Raul Corrales

Ciego de Ávila, 1925.

Education and Professional Experience

He studied the printing technique at the Manuel Márquez Sterling School of Journalism.

His works participated in more than 10 solo shows and numberless group exhibitions, among them: Tribute to Raúl Corrales, National Museum of Fine Arts, Havana, Cuba, 1985; Contemporary Cuban Photography in 150 images, Fourth Havana Biennial, International Press Center, Havana, Cuba, 1991, and Contemporary Latin American Photographers, Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, Texas, United States of America, 1991.

Awards and Residencies

Among the main prizes he obtained stand out: Prize of Contemporary Latin American and Caribbean Photography, Casa de las Américas, Havana, Cuba, 1981; Special Prize, Prize of Cuban Photography, Havana, Cuba, 1982, and National Prize of Plastic Arts in 1996.

Collections

His main collections are in Casa de las Américas, Havana, Cuba; National Museum of Fine Arts, Havana, Cuba; Fototeca de Cuba, Havana, Cuba; House of Culture, Prague, Czech Republic; Alcrame Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon; José Martí National Library, Havana, Cuba; Mexican Council of Photography, Mexico City, Mexico; Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Televisa Cultural Foundation, Mexico City, Mexico; Ryanson College Gallery of Arts, Ottawa, Canada; Centro Studi e archivo della Comunicazione, University of Parma, Italy and Marc Poempner, Chicago, United States of America.

Exhibitions

Recount of a year

Collective July 2005

Recount of a prize

Collective July 2004

Artworks

Cavalry

Raul Corrales 1960

Little Hats

Raul Corrales 1960

Banana Split

Raul Corrales 1980