b. 1978, Sancti Spíritus, Cuba
Wilfredo Prieto is one of the most internationally recognized Cuban artists from the generation that emerged in the early 2000s. His work is highly conceptual and explores the tensions in the relationship between spectator, space and objects through subtle, yet psychologically charged installations. Prieto has exhibited widely on an international level.
He is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards that include the Guggenheim Fellowship (2006), Cartier Foundation (2008) and Fundación Botín (2013).
- El gran arte de una pequeña isla
- Artists, Institutions, and “The Lost Generation”: Dialogues in Cuban Art, Part 2
- Dialogues in Cuban Art: An Exchange Program Between Havana and Miami
- Dialogues in Cuban Art tour and symposium connect artists in Cuba and Miami
- Miami museum hosts two-day symposium on Cuban art
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