Moses Valdes Gallery born in Cuba and settled in Mexico since 1991, Luis Miguel Valdes Morales is one of the artists who most has supported both the creation and dissemination of engraving in Mexico, Cuba and other countries, and has also developed in painting and sculpture. From 1961 to 1965, he studied at the workshop School of Arts plastic of Pinar del Rio, Cuba, where were the courses of painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture. From 1965 to 1969 was a student of the Escuela Nacional de Arte de La Habana, Cuba, specializing in painting and engraving. And from 1983 to 1984 he lived in Paris, France, for having received a scholarship to work at the prestigious Atelier 17 of Stanley William Hayter, where also passed Francisco Toledo and Pablo Picasso. Since 1970, Luis Miguel Valdes has had numerous individual exhibitions which include: always Havana: paintings in the Habana Gallery in La Habana (Cuba); Paintings and prints at the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico D.F. (Mexico); The Flow. Painting in Agora Gallery-Soho in New York (USA), saffron to Lily. Retrospective Digital IV Hall of Digital Art in the Gallery of the film Chaplin of Havana (Cuba).
Their knowledge, ability and quality as artist have led him to exhibit at the Cuban Embassy in Mexico, in the home of the Lake of the University national Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) in Mexico D.F., in the Gallery of the Biennale of Varna in Bulgaria, in the Berlin Gallery Bernd, Germany, as well as in the National Museum in HavanCuba, among many other exhibits. The collective exhibitions in which he has participated Luis Miguel Valdes are countless.