Juan Roberto Diago
Juan Roberto Diago (b. in 1971 in Havana, Cuba) He has been part of the Cuban art scene since the early nineties. He graduated from the San Alejandro Academy, in Havana, in 1990, and began to exhibit soon after. Diago comes from a family of artists, and the work of his grandfather, after whom he is named, was a big influence. The senior Roberto Diago was one of the pivotal voices of Cuban Art in the Forties, despite his short life. During his career Diago has participated in numerous exhibitions in and outside of Cuba. One of the milestones was when in 1997 he represented Cuba in the prestigious Venice Biennale in Italy. His works can be found in prestigious collections around the world, such as the National Museum of Fine Arts in Havana, Cuba; the CIFO (Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation) in Miami, Florida; and the Rubin Foundation Collection, New York. The Rodriguez Collection Miami, Fl.