Armando Morales Riverón (Havana, 1940) graduated from the School of Arts and Crafts of Havana in early 1961 and member of the Workshop of Integration of Plastic Arts that same year, Armando would find with his entry to TNG the possibility of to concretize in a single art, his training as a plastic artist and designer, as well as the acting technique learned in the prestigious Academy of Dramatic Art. of the National Theater of Guiñol (TNG), of which he has been director since 2000.
Armando has shown during his fruitful career a Renaissance vocation of the total artist. His choices as a director denote a deep knowledge of the history of art, literature and of course, something that has never ceased to be, a few years ago, when asked about the sequels of the parametración, policy that forced him to physically move away from the tables, he responded that thanks to it intensified his facet of draftsman and painter. Together with important Cuban artists with Jorge Fornes, Helena Serrano and Ernesto Briel participated in the OPTICO movement, and many museums and collections retain some of their extraordinary pieces. During the 60’s and 70’s, he carried out numerous personal and collective exhibitions in Cuban galleries.