Valdés Morales, Luis Miguel (Cuban), b. 1949

Born Pinar del Rio, Cuba, in February 1949. Graduated from the National Academy of Arts of Cuba. Founder and Honorary Professor of the Higher Institute of Art of Havana, Cuba. He carried out studies at the Atelier 17, of S.W. Hayter, in Paris, France. He has had personal exhibitions and participated in group shows in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas. His work can be found in museums, private institutions and collections worldwide.
He received many national and international prizes among others the prize Adam Montparnasse, Salon de Mayo, Paris, France in 1968, the special UNESCO prize, International Exhibition of Book Art, Leipzig, Germany in 1982, prizes of Painting and Drawing at the salon UNEAC in 1984, and in 1990 first mention for the installation of computerized graphic art, salon UNEAC, Cuba. In 2003 the Minister of Culture of Cuba awarded him the medal for national culture. In 2000 he founded in Coyoacan, Mexico, D.F. the printing studio La Siempre Habana where he printed the work of important Cuban and Mexican artists. In 2008 the printing studio moved to Cuernavaca, Morelos.


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El Che

(Signed and Numbered Print, 38/50)

1970s

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70 x 50 cm

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