(b. Havana, 1966)
Pedro Vizcaíno graduated from the San Alejandro School of Visual Arts in 1981, and the School of Artistic Education at the “Enrique José Varona” Superior Pedagogic Institute in 1985, both in Havana. Vizcaíno was a member of Arte Calle group from 1986 to 1988, alongside artists Aldito Menendez and Ernesto Leal, among others. His solo exhibitions include The Palace of The Lost Children at A+Resources Fine Art Gallery in Miami, Florida, 2001; Route No.2 at Box Forum for the Arts in Miami, Florida, 1999; Guns, Kisses and a Cuban Kamikaze at Ambrosino Gallery in Miami, Florida, 1999; Rockoco at Nina Menocal Gallery in Mexico DF, Mexico, 1992; and Neo Pop at El Sax in Mexico DF, Mexico, 1992. In 1988 he received an Honorable Mention at the “March 13” Painting Salon in Havana, and in 1991 the Mexico City Scholarship Award, granted by the General Secretary of Social Development in Mexico DF. His works are part of the collections of the National Museum of Fine Arts in Havana; the Ninart Cultural Center in Mexico DF, Mexico; the Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami, Florida; and the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami, Florida.