Rigoberto Mena is known as one of Cuba’s most famous art visionaries. His style has been described as an intellectual process in which he explores space and depth while grounding his vision in architectural elements. With the eye of an architect and the hand of an abstract expressionist, Mena is able to take the hard edges of urban Landscapes and turn them into a fluid visual language.
Rigoberto Mena has had Solo Exhibitions in China, Germany, Netherlands, Mexico, Cuba, Spain, France, and Holland, and in the U.S. in Miami, Massachusetts, Washington, D.C, and California. Following the inauguration of his exhibition “Hablando en Lenguas”. In 2011, Rigoberto’s work was chosen to be a part of the permanent collection of the National Museum of Fine Art in Havana, Cuba. Mena currently lives and works in Havana, Cuba, and is one of the few artists in Cuba to have his own private gallery.