Born in 1986 in Havana, cradle of the young Cuban artistic avant-garde, where he lives and works

“Explaining my work has always been difficult for me. What I enjoy most about my artwork (speaking as a viewer) is how visual elements are interrelated and how they help shape a story within a work. Perhaps the hardest part is knowing when a piece is finished. Very often I continue working on a seemingly finished piece and then it evolves into something different, for better or worse. I think my non-conformism and constant search for new ways of conceiving a painting, my continuous learning and endless experimentation prevent my work from becoming stagnant and burdened by pictorial formulas that border on monotony.”