|Artist / Creator
|Place of Publication
|Taller Gráfica Contemporánea de Nelson Domînguez, Havana, Cuba
|Author of Text
|Translation: Noel Smith, Design: Pepe Maméndez
|The Numismatica Museum, Havana Vieja
|Silkscreen prints from Ibrahim Miranda’s woodcuts
|Structure / Binding
|Stab sewing with a case binding
|Medium / Materials
|Paper over book board
|Images: Arches 250gr, Text: Fabriano, 160gr.
|Meta, 14 and 18 pt
|Number of Pages
|13.75 x 11.5 x .5 inches
|Edition of 50 plus 10 AP for the Taller Gráfica Contemporánea.
|Signed & Numbered
|Yes and embossed with the chop of Taller Gráfica Contemporánea
EL VIAJE Cómo su nombre lo indica, El Viaje, es una especie de recorrido sobre diferentes estados del subconsciente del artista. Es un homenaje al Movimiento Surrealista y al Movimiento Expresionista Alemán del grabado. Los grabados fueron realizados antes y luego surgieron los poemas de Orlando Hernández a partir de la interpretación de los grabados. THE JOURNEY As its name suggests, The Journey, is a journey on different states of the artist's subconscious. It is a tribute to Surrealist Movement and the prints of the German Expressionist Movement. The prints were created prior to Orlando Hernández’ interpretive poems and in response to the poems. IBRAHIM MIRANDA
Artist BioRed Trillium Press is the work of Steven Daiber based in Massachusetts. Daiber has worked with books for more than twenty years. He has been to Cuba regularly since 2001 and has facilitated dialogue between Cuban and foreign artists. His books create real, metaphorical objects: palaces of the memory in which each element underscores a meaning. The books he creates in collaboration with Cuban artists tell their stories of the lived reality in Cuba in the 21st century. Daiber’s professional work as an artist originated with training in drawing and painting, with a M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1981 and a B.F.A. from the University of Delaware in 1978.