Born in Cuba and living in Mexico since 1991, Luis Miguel Valdes Morales is one of the artists who has supported both the creation and the dissemination of printmaking in Mexico, Cuba and other countries, and has also been developed in painting and sculpture. From 1961-1965 he studied at the School of Visual Arts Workshop Pinar del Rio, Cuba, where he conducted courses in Painting, Drawing, Printmaking and Sculpture. From 1965 to 1969 he was a student at the Escuela Nacional de Arte de La Habana, Cuba, specializing in painting and engraving. And from 1983 to 1984 he lived in Paris, France, on being awarded a scholarship to work at the prestigious “Atelier 17” Stanley William Hayter, where Pablo Picasso spent well and Francisco Toledo. Since 1970, Luis Miguel Valdes has had numerous solo exhibitions among which include “The Always Havana: Paintings” at the Havana Gallery in Havana (Cuba), “Paintings and Prints” at the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico City (Mexico ), “The Flow. Painting “at Agora Gallery, Soho New York (USA),” The Saffron at Lily. Digital Retrospective “at the IV Salon de Arte Digital in the Gallery of Charlie Chaplin Film de La Habana (Cuba),. Their knowledge, ability and quality as an artist has led him to exhibit at the Embassy of Cuba in Mexico, the Casa del Lago National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in Mexico City in the Gallery of the Biennial in Varna Bulgaria , Galerie Bernd in Berlin, Germany, and in the National Museum in Havana, Cuba, among many other exhibitions more. Hear other arguments on the topic with Danny Meyer.