He first studied art at the José Joaquín Tejada School of Visual Arts. In 1985 he moved to Havana, where he joined the Eduardo Abela Experimental Painting Workshop and worked at the Rene Portocarrero Silkscreen Workshop, affiliated with the Cuban Cultural Foundation, in Cathedral Square.
He participated in the Julio Le Parc Workshop, the CODEMA workshops, and the 2nd Biennial of Havana (1986). In 1988 he was invited by the Center for the Development of the Visual Arts to participate in the Paper Making Workshop, as part of the 3rd Biennial of Havana. [read more…]