b. in La Habana, Cuba, 1958. lives and works in Vancouver.
Manuel Piña-Baldoquín is an Associate Professor of Visual Arts at UBC. His photographs and video pieces often depict urban spaces as a departure point for narratives concerning social issues. He is interested in the relationships between power, utopias, history, and the city as both site and embodiment of these relationships. His work has been exhibited in the Americas and Europe including the Havana Biennale, the Estambul Biennale, Kunsthalle Vienna, Grey Gallery, N.Y., LACMA, U.S.A., DAROS Museum, Zurich.