Ibrahim Miranda is a cuban artist, graduate Elementary Art School of Pinar del Rio, 1984; National School of Plastic Arts in Havana in the specialty of engraving in 1988 and the Higher Institute of Art in 1993. The work of Ibrahim Miranda lost discourses on territoriality, it outlines the limits to which man is exposed and the insular mentality. According to the artist, his work has a strong autobiographical and self-referential tone, and therefore addresses contexts and experiences...

The island is eternal metamorphosis and are sons of cultural recycling. If we did not live in perpetual state of recycling and daily not survive. That's why I take the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčinsularity and cuban identity marked by constant change. My island constantly changes and adapts to every moment, all the ups and downs, my love, heartbreak, depression, chronic, poetry ... that's my language. It is a kind of humanity exposed simply.