Duvier del Dago is a Cuban visual artist. He graduated from the Provincial School of Arts in Trinidad (1995) and the Superior Institute of Art (ISA) in Havana (2001). He was a member of DUPP Gallery, a project directed by René Francisco Rodríguez. He has participated in two editions of the Havana Biennial: in 2006, with his project Bungalow, and in 2000, with One, Two, Three, Testing… —this installation was awarded the 2000 UNESCO Prize for the Promotion of the Arts. He lives and works in Havana and has developed his work in installation art and drawing. From 2001 to 2011, del Dago worked as a professor at the Higher Institute of Art (ISA). He has been the recipient of several grants and art residences such as Atelier Calder, Cité International des Arts, and Le Pavillon, in France; Fountainhead and Vermont Studio Center, in the USA; Museum of Contemporary Art of Castille and Leon, MUSAC, in Spain, and Batiscafo, London. His works can be found in the Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art Kunstlaboratorium, Vestfossen, Oslo, Norway; the Collection of the National Park of Ordesa and Monte Perdido, Aragon, Spain; the Jumex Collection, Mexico City, Mexico; the Collection of the Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico; the Farber Collection, New York, USA; the Solita Cohen de Mishaan Collection, Colombia / USA; the Darius Anderson private collection, California, USA; the Pizzuti private collection, USA; the Ana María Olabuenaga Chemestri Collection, Mexico City, Mexico, the Alfredo Chedraui private collection, Mexico City, Mexico; the Collection of Gilbert Brownstone, France / Cuba; the Zoe and Nabil Debs private collection, Beirut, Lebanon.