Cuban-American visible artist remembered for his sculptures, minimalist installations, as well as other functions of process art. His most well-known pieces are the AIDS-themed billboard “Untitled” and some “Dateline” portraits. He examined art on the School of Puerto Rico and afterwards earned a qualification in photography in the Pratt Institute of Artwork. Greater than a 10 years after his death from Helps, his 1992 artwork “Untitled (Family portrait of Marcel Brient)” marketed for a lot more than four million dollars. Blessed in Cuba and elevated in Puerto Rico, he started living in NEW YORK in the past due 1970s. He previously a long-term romantic relationship with Ross Laycock. He and fellow musician Joan Snyder both created artwork that handled the Helps epidemic.