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June 2, 2022

Carlos Enrique Prado
Born in Havana, Cuba. Lives and works in Miami, Florida.
Professor of Art at University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida.
Website www.carlospradoart.com
Instagram: @carlospradoart

 

Education
2008          MFA in Studio Art, Ceramics. ISA University of the Arts of Cuba.
2002          BFA in Sculpture. ISA University of the Arts of Cuba.
1996          Graduated of Sculpture and Drawing at the San Alejandro National Academy of Fine Arts, Havana, Cuba.

Teaching experience
2021 to present          University of Miami. Miami, FL.  Senior Lecturer (Full Time). Courses: Figure in Clay (Beginning, Intermediate, and Advance), graduate and undergraduate levels, Ceramics Hand-Building Clay I / II/ III, Wheel-throwing I, Directed Research in Ceramics, and Independent Study in Other Media.
2016-21     University of Miami. Miami, FL.  Lecturer (Full Time). Courses: Figure in Clay (Beginning, Intermediate, and Advance), Ceramics Hand-Building Clay I / II/ III, Wheel-throwing I, Directed Research in Ceramics, and Independent Study in Other Media.
2014 -15    University of Miami. Miami, FL. Adjunct Lecturer. Course: Ceramics - Figure in Clay (Beginning, Intermediate, and Advance) and Ceramics - Hand-Building I.              
2012          Midwestern State University. Wichita Falls, TX. Visiting Lecturer.
2011          University of Mary Washington. Fredericksburg, VA.  Visiting Professor. Course: Large-scale Ceramic Sculptures.
                  Midwestern State University. Wichita Falls, TX. Visiting Professor. The Portrait in Clay.
2010          University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, AL. Visiting Professor. Ceramics Hand-Building.
2010-11     ISA University of the Arts of Cuba. Assistant Professor, sculpture and ceramics. Courses: Studio Art Seminar I / II / III;   The Personal Project in Ceramics I / II; Ceramics Hand Building I / II / III/ IV; Figure Sculpting in Clay I / II; Figure Drawing I / II.
2009          Interim Dean of the Visual Arts School. ISA University of the Arts of Cuba.
2006-11     Head of the Sculpture Program (3D Area). Visual Arts School. ISA University of the Arts of Cuba.
2007          The Royal University College of Arts (KKH). Stockholm, Sweden. Visiting professor. Course: Life Modeling in Clay.
2006-09     ISA University of the Arts of Cuba. Professor Instructor, sculpture and ceramics. Courses: Studio Art Seminar I / II; Ceramics Hand Building I / II / III/ IV; Figure Sculpting in Clay I / II.
2004-11     Committee member in the admission exams. Tutor, opponent and a member of tribunals in more than 30 diplomas.
2004-06     ISA University of the Arts of Cuba. Adjunct Instructor.  Courses: Studio Art Seminar I; Ceramics Hand Building I / II; Figure Sculpting in Clay I / II.
2002-04     ISA University of the Arts of Cuba. Graduate Assistant, sculpture and ceramics.
1999-02     ISA University of Arts of Cuba. Student assistant of Ceramics and Art History.

Residencies, Visiting Artist
2019          Ceramic League of Miami, Miami, FL. Visiting artist.
2015          Florida International University, Miami, FL. Visiting artist.
2014          University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL. Visiting artist.
2013          University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. Visiting artist.
                  East Los Angeles College, Los Angeles, CA. Visiting artist.                
2012          Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX. Artist in Residence.
2011          Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. Visiting artist.
                  Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX. Visiting artist.
                  University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA. Visiting artist.
2010          University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL. Visiting artist.
2007          Royal University College of Arts (KKH). Stockholm, Sweden. Visiting artist.

Awards
2007          Second Place of installation. Biennial of Ceramics "The Mural and the Vessel". National Museum of Ceramics in Havana. 
2006          Third Place. VIII Biennial of Ceramics "Amelia Peláez". National Museum of Ceramics in Havana. 
2004          Mention. VII Biennial of Ceramics "Amelia Peláez". National Museum of Ceramics in Havana.
2003          Award. International Triennial of Ceramics Elit-Tile. Museum of Modern Arts of Santo Domingo. Dominican Republic.
1996          Award in Sculpture. Academia ‘96, International Event of Schools of Arts. San Alejandro National Academy of Fine Arts, Cuba.

Public Artworks
2022
Rogelio Gonzalez Corzo “Francisco” Monument. Francisco Human Rights Park, 9445 Coral Way, Miami, Florida 33156. Commissioned by Miami-Dade County, Art in Public Places.
2020
Rising Above the Horizon. Medley Town Hall Monument. Town Hall Plaza, 7777 NW 72nd Ave, Medley, Florida 33166. Large-scale public sculpture, commissioned by the Town of Medley and Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places.
2018
A Man and a Horse. President Reagan Equestrian Monument. Tropical Park, 7900 SW 40 St, Miami, Florida 33155. Commissioned by Miami-Dade County, Art in Public Places.
2009
Public bench, Sanitary Therapy series. San Pancho Cultural Center & Residence. Nayarit. Mexico. Commissioned by San Pancho Cultural Center & Residence.
2006
Bust of the Prima Ballerina Alicia Alonso. National Museum of Dance, Havana, Cuba. Commissioned by the National Museum of Dance.
2005
Atlases. National Museum of Ceramics, Havana, Cuba. Commissioned by National Museum of Ceramics.
2002
Dulce María Loynáz Monument. Parque Taoro, Ctra. Taoro, 7, 38400 Puerto de la Cruz, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain. Commissioned by the City of Puerto de la Cruz

Collections 
ASU Art Museum, Ceramic Research Center, Tempe, Arizona
Miami-Dade County, Art in Public Places collection, Miami, FL
National Museum of Ceramics, Havana, Cuba
Museum of the Contemporary Ceramics (MCC) in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Cuban Heritage Collection, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
Town of Medley, FL
City of Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, Spain
The Rodríguez Collection, Miami, FL
Viñas-Gil Collection, José Julián Viñas Picazo and Delia Gil, La Roda, Albacete, Spain
Museum of Dance, Havana, Cuba
Museum of the City of Havana, Cuba
Cultural Center Dulce María Loynaz, Havana, Cuba
Elf Genius art fundació, Barcelona, Spain
PanAmerican Arts Projects, Miami, FL
University of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, VA
Carlos’ works can be found in different private collections in Cuba, USA, Spain, France, Switzerland, Germany, Mexico, Dominican Republic, among others.

Exhibitions
2022
Tautologies. Solo exhibition, 3D printed ceramic sculpture. Kendall Art Center. Miami, FL. LINK
Beyond the Plate / Contemporary Ceramics. The Museum of Arts & Sciences (MOAS), Daytona Beach, FL.
Visions in Clay, exhibition invitational. NCECA Annual Conference Venue Exhibition. LH Horton Jr Art Gallery, San Joaquin Delta College, Stockton, CA. LINK
Permanent Collection on Display. Kendall Art Center. Miami, FL.
2021
Fine Arts on the Plate - The Rodriguez Collection. The Sidney and Berne Davis Art Center, Fort Myers, FL.
Annual Faculty Exhibition. Wynwood Gallery. Miami, FL.
New Acquisitions, The Rodriguez Collection - Collection Display. Kendall Art Center. Miami, FL.
2020
Biennial of Ceramics –Sculptures, Installations and Projects-. Organized by the National Museum of the Cuban Contemporary Ceramics. Hispanic-American Cultural Center gallery. Havana, Cuba.
Annual Faculty Exhibition. Wynwood Gallery. Miami, FL.
Alicia en su pais de maravillas. Origenes Gallery. La Habana, Cuba
2019
Annual Faculty Exhibition. Wynwood Gallery. Miami, FL.
En Retrospectiva: Coleccion del Museo de la Ceramica. Casa del Conde Lobillo Cultural Center. Havana, Cuba.
2018
Biennial of Ceramics –Sculptures, Installations and Projects-. Organized by the National Museum of the Cuban Contemporary Ceramics. Hispanic-American Cultural Center gallery. Havana, Cuba.
Annual Faculty Exhibition. Wynwood Gallery. Miami, FL.
Twin Cups: National Ceramic Exhibition 2018. Potter Fine Arts Gallery, Missouri Western State University. St. Joseph, MO.
2017
Biennial of Ceramics -Murals and Vessels-. Organized by the National Museum of Ceramics. Hispanic-American Cultural Center gallery. Havana, Cuba.
Annual Faculty Exhibition. Wynwood Gallery. Miami, FL.
2016
Biennial of Ceramics –Sculptures, Installations and Projects-. Organized by the National Museum of Ceramics. Hispanic-American Cultural Center gallery. Havana, Cuba.
Annual Faculty Exhibition. Wynwood Gallery. Miami, FL.
La Escultura Dibujada. Centro Cultural, Hinojosa del Duque, Córdoba, Spain.
La Escultura Dibujada. Monasterio de Santa Clara, Belalcazar, Córdoba, Spain.
2015
Biennial of Ceramics -Murals and Vessels-. Organized by the National Museum of Ceramics. Hispanic-American Cultural Center gallery. Havana, Cuba.
2014
Two Streets from the Sand. The Wolfsonian-FIU Museum. Miami Beach, FL.
Annual Faculty Exhibition. CAS Gallery, University of Miami. Coral Gables, FL.
2013
Biennial of Ceramics -Murals and Vessels-. Organized by the National Museum of Ceramics. Hispanic-American Cultural Center gallery. Havana, Cuba.
2012
10 for 10 x2: 10th Anniversary New Acquisitions. ASU Art Museum, Ceramics Research Center. Tempe, AZ.
From the Clay Studio IV. Juanita Harvey Art Gallery, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX.
2011
50 Anniversary of the Association of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC). Acacia Gallery. Havana, Cuba.
Large-Scale Ceramic Sculptures. University of Mary Washington and Liberty-Town Arts Workshop Gallery. Fredericksburg, VA.
Biennial of Ceramics -Murals and Vessels-. Organized by the National Museum of Ceramics. Hispanic-American Center of Culture. Havana, Cuba.
Ripped Eyes. House-Museum of Asia. Havana, Cuba.
2010
Preludio y Fuga (Prelude and Fugue –Escapes–). Solo exhibition, digital prints and installation. White Room gallery, San Francisco de Asis Cultural Center. Havana. Part of the Biennial of Ceramics of Havana, Cuba.
Biennial of Ceramics of Havana. White Room gallery, San Francisco de Asis Cultural Center, Cuba.
2009
El icono escamoteado (Bypassed Icon). Solo exhibition, sculptures. Hispanic-American Cultural Center. Havana, Cuba.
1st Symposium of Installations of San Pancho. Exhibition Irrational Relation. San Pancho Cultural Center & Residence. Nayarit. Mexico. 
Chronos. Contemporary Cuban Art. Gallery La Casona. Havana.
CODEMA in the X Biennial of Havana. Space of National CODEMA (Advisory Council for the Development of the Monumental and Environmental Sculpture). 
The Human Body. National Museum of Ceramics. Havana. 
Biennial of Ceramics -Murals and Vessels-. Organized by the National Museum of Ceramics. White Room gallery, San Francisco de Asis Cultural Center. Havana.
2008
Project Room: Carlos Enrique, recent works. Solo exhibition; sculptures and digital prints. Pan-American Art projects. Miami, FL.
Terapia sanitaria (Sanitary Therapy). Solo exhibition, sculptures. Ludwig Foundation of Cuba. Havana, Cuba.
The 13th Annual Los Angeles Art Show. Santa Monica Air Center. Santa Monica, CA.
ArtMadrid 2008, Modern and Contemporary Art Hall. Country House of Madrid, Spain.
Biennial of Ceramics -Sculpture and installations-. Organized by the National Museum of Ceramics.  White Room gallery, San Francisco de Asis Cultural Center, Havana.
2007
Biennial of Ceramics -Murals and Vessels-. Organized by the National Museum of Ceramics. White Room gallery, San Francisco de Asis Cultural Center. Havana.
Gracias por el fuego (Thank you for the Fire), Cuban contemporary ceramics. Villa Manuela gallery, National Association of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC), Havana. 
ArtMadrid 2007. Modern and Contemporary Art Hall. Country House of Madrid, Spain. 
Mundo de Aromas (World of Aromas). Havana Convention Center, Cuba.
2006
Re-Visiones (Re-visions). Solo exhibition, ceramic sculptures. National Museum of Ceramics. Havana, Cuba.
Todo para llevar (Everything to Take). Solo exhibition, portable sculptures. Galiano gallery. Havana, Cuba. 
International Triennial of Ceramics Elit-Tile. Museum of Modern Arts in Santo Domingo. Dominican Republic.
VIII International Digital Art Salon. Cultural Center Pablo de la Torriente Brau. Havana. 
VII Biennial of Ceramics “Amelia Peláez”, organized by the National Museum of Ceramics. Fifth Cloister gallery, San Francisco de Asis Cultural Center. Havana. 
Taller abierto (Open Studio). National CODEMA (Advisory Council for the Development of the Monumental and Environmental Sculpture). Collateral at IX Biennial of Havana.  
La ciudad otra - el hombre otro (The other city – the other man). Hispanic-American Cultural Center. Collateral at IX Biennial of Havana. 
ArtMadrid 2006, Modern and Contemporary Art Hall. Country House of Madrid. Spain. 
H2Oro. House of the Poetry Gallery. Havana.
2005
Otra forma más de mirar lo mismo (A Different Way of Looking at the Same Thing). Solo exhibition, digital prints. It was organized by the Contemporary Art Center Wifredo Lam and the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba. ICAIC Cultural Center gallery. Havana, Cuba. 
Contemporary Cuban Sculpture. International Event "Culture and Development" at the Convention Center of Havana. 
Biennial of Ceramics "The Mural and the Vessel". Organized by the National Museum of the Ceramics. Fifth Cloister gallery, San Francisco de Asis Cultural Center. Havana. 
2004
VII Biennial of Ceramics “Amelia Peláez”, organized by the National Museum of Ceramics. White Room gallery at San Francisco de Asis Cultural Center. Havana. 
Lo Clásico (The Classic Thing), Cuban contemporary ceramics. Hispanic-American Center of Culture. Havana.
2003
Exhibition Bosque (Forest). Collateral event to VIII Biennial of the Havana. National Museum of Ceramics. Havana.
 “No Title”. The object in the Cuban contemporary sculpture”. Arts and Literature School at University of Havana.
The ISA at the Culture Pavilion of the Expocuba International fair.
El violín descalzo. Great Theater of Havana.
2002
Mírate el mundo de otra manera (Look Yourself at the World in a Different Way). Solo exhibition, ceramic sculptures. La Acacia gallery in Havana, Cuba. (Graduation exhibition) 
Miradas Posibles (Possible Glances). Solo exhibition, sculptures. Miramar Trade Center gallery. Havana, Cuba.
Biennial of Ceramics "The Mural and the Vessel". National Museum of Ceramics, Castillo de La Real Fuerza. Havana.
International Triennial of Ceramics Elit-Tile. Museum of Modern Arts in Santo Domingo. Dominican Republic.
ArtMadrid 2002, Modern and Contemporary Art Hall. Country House of Madrid. Spain. 
REMAKE. Arts and Literature School at the University of Havana.
2001
Biennial of Ceramics "Amelia Peláez". National Museum of the Ceramics, Castillo de La Real Fuerza. Havana.
2000
III Biennial of Sculptures. Teodoro Ramos Blanco Gallery. Havana.
1999
Proyecto Vuelo (Flight Project). ISA, University of Arts of Cuba.
Second Festival of Performances Ana Mendieta. Pabellon Cuba. Havana.
1998
Esto no tiene nombre (This has no name). 2nd National Salon of Cuban Contemporary Art. ISA, University of Arts of Cuba. Havana.
Ana Mendieta, First Festival of Performances. National Association of Writers and Artists of Cuba. UNEAC. Havana.  
Proyecto Vuelo (Flight Project). Art History and Literature School at the University of Havana.
1997
Biennial of Havana. Exhibition Sin Título -“Trabajos por cuenta propia” (Without Title -"Free Lance works"). Art History and Literature School at the University of Havana.
1996
Seudoexposición (Pseudo-Exhibition). Solo exhibition, installations. San Alejandro National Academy of Fine Arts. Havana, Cuba.
Transfiguración (Transfiguration). Solo exhibition, installations, drawings and sculptures. 23rd and 12th gallery. Havana, Cuba.
Salon Académica 96. International Event of Art Schools in Latin America. Gallery of the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts. Havana.
First Biennial of Sculpture Teodoro Ramos Blanco. Teodoro Ramos Blanco Gallery. Havana.
Fichas para escoger (Pieces to choose). Visual Arts School Gallery, ISA.
1995
Exhibition of sculptures. Gallery of Marianao in Havana.
1994
Almas en pena (Grieving Souls). Solo exhibition, drawings. Galiano gallery. Havana, Cuba.
San Alejandro in the Biennial of Havana. San Alejandro’s Academy of Fine Arts Gallery. Havana.
Exhibition of the ARAR group. Gallery of the Center of International Press. Havana.
Sculpture exhibition. Forms Gallery. Havana.
1993
Con mi cruz a cuestas (With my Cross on my Back). Solo exhibition, sculptures and drawings. Carmelo González gallery. Havana, Cuba.
175th anniversary of the San Alejandro Academy. Amelia Peláez Gallery. Havana.
1992
Adolescencia (Adolescence). Solo exhibition, sculptures. 23 y 12 gallery. Havana, Cuba.                     
San Alejandro's students exhibition. 23rd y 12th Gallery. Havana.

Interventions and performances 
2004
Cristo a cuestas (Christ on the back). Performance. Opening of the exhibition "The Classic Things". Spanish American Center of Culture. Havana City. 
2002
Herósfanes, new acquisition. Intervention in the Museum of Classic Sculptures at the Arts and Literature School, University of the Havana, as part of the exhibition REMAKE. 
2000
Todo para llevar (Everything to take). Performance. Intervention at the inauguration of the VII Biennial of the Havana. La Cabana Fortress Cultural Center, La Habana
Los condenados (The condemned). Performance. Intervention during the exhibition ISA at the VII Biennial of the Havana.  ISA, University of Arts of Cuba
1999
For Sale. Performance. Second Festival of Performance Ana Mendieta. Pabellon Cuba. Havana.
1998
Réquiem para una obra inconclusa (Requiem for an Unconcluded Work). Performance.  Work wih the musicians Gabriel Gómez and Frank Paredes. ISA, University of Arts of Cuba
Requiem for an unconcluded work. Performance.  Ana Mendieta, First Festival of Performance. National Association of Writers and Artists of Cuba. UNEAC. Havana.
1997
Adoración de la memoria (Adoration of the Memory). Performance. Intervention at the inauguration of the exhibitions of the V Biennial of the Havana. 
Las apariencias engañan (The appearances deceive). Performance. Exhibition Without Title "I Work self-employed". Art History and Literature School of the University of Havana. 
Bust of Herósfanes. ISA, University of Arts of Cuba.    
1996
Restauración (Restoration). Performance.  It included the creation of the ephemeral group The Bricklayers, in the Academy of fine Arts San Alejandro.

Professional Artist Services and Related Experience
2022
Member of the Board of Trustees, Kendall Art Cultural Center (KACC), Miami, FL.
Curator of the exhibition Circle of Influence – University of Miami Ceramics Graduates. Kendall Art Center, FL.
2019 - 2022
Professional artist service. Relocation of “Rhythm of The Train”, a monumental public sculpture by artist Joan Lehman. Service contacted by Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places.
2018
Professional artist service. Relocation of “Leaning Arches”, a monumental public sculpture by artist Athena Tacha. Service contacted by Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places.
2014-2017
Drawing instructor at the Sketching in the Galleries program. The Wolfsonian–FIU Museum. Miami Beach, FL
2013-2016   
Collection technician. The Wolfsonian–FIU Museum. Miami Beach, FL
2012- 2013
Art Conservation Technician.  Rosa Lowinger and Associates. Miami, FL.
2010
Juror. X Biennial of Ceramics, Havana, Cuba.
2006
Illustrator for the magazine La Gaceta de Cuba (The gazette of Cuba). 
2002
Designer of the Web page of ISA, University of Arts of Cuba.    
2001
Art director of the fiction film “Roulette”, at the International Cinema and Television School; directed by Ismael Diego.  
Illustrator for the magazine Cartelera
2000
Illustrator for the magazines La Isla Infinita and Cartelera
1998
Art director, Hoy tuve un sueño feliz, play directed by Ernesto Ruenes. ISA University of Arts of Cuba.    

Lectures, Demonstrations and Workshops
2021
The Human Head in Clay by Carlos Enrique Prado. Lecture and demonstration. Red Herring Pottery, Coral Gables, FL.
2019
The Human Head in Clay by Carlos Enrique Prado. Lecture and demonstration. Ceramic League of Miami, Miami, FL.
2018
NCECA 52nd Annual Conference. Maker Space: Carlos Prado - The Portrait in Clay. Lecture and demonstration. Pittsburgh, PA.
2015
Carlos Enrique Prado. The Personal Experience with Ceramics. Florida International University, Miami, FL.
2014
Artist lecture and demonstration of the personal artwork. University of Miami. Coral Gables, FL.
2013  
Carlos Enrique Prado. The Personal Experience of a Cuban artist. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.
Carlos Enrique Prado. The Personal Experience of a Cuban Artist. East Los Angeles College, Los Angeles, CA.          
2011
Overview of his work and Cuban ceramics. The Ceramics Research Center at the ASU Art Museum. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.
Presentation of the personal artwork: How to be an artist in Cuba. Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX.
A ceramist talks about a ceramist. Presentation of the personal artwork. National Museum of Ceramic. Havana.
2010
The State of Ceramic Art in Cuba. Bryant Conference Center Auditorium. University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, AL.
The Cuban Contemporary Artistic Ceramic. College of Arts and Science, Department Modern Languages and Classics. University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, AL.
The ceramic program at the University of Arts of Cuba. College of Arts and Science, Department Art & Art History. Tuscaloosa, AL.
Carlos Enrique artwork. Presentation on the personal work and the story of his professional development as an artist. Department of Arts and Art History. University of Mary Washington. Fredericksburg, VA.
2009
Proyectos artísticos contemporáneos en cerámica. Contemporary artistic projects in ceramics. Appreciation course on the development of the artistic ceramic in Cuba. Ceramics Studio Mirta García Buch. Havana.
2008
Escultura en cerámica. Estrategias visibles desde el taller de escultura del ISA. Sculpture in ceramic. Evident strategies from the sculpture workshop of ISA. Professional School of Plastic Arts, Youth’s Island, Cuba.
Reflexiones Sanitarias. Sanitary reflections. Presentation of the thesis in option to the grade of Master in Art. Ludwig Foundation of Cuba. Havana, Cuba.
2007
The Ceramic Workshop of ISA, an alternative for the sculpture in Cuba. The Royal University College of Fine Arts (KKH). Stockholm, Sweden.
2006
El creador y su obra. Historia de un artista "profesionalizado" (The creator and his work. An artist's history about how he became a "professional"). A series of lectures developed at the VIII Biennial of Ceramic "Amelia Peláez"in the San Francisco de Asis Art Center. Havana, Cuba.
2005
The Teaching of the ceramics in University of Art of Cuba - ISA. San Francisco de Asis Art Center. Havana, Cuba.
2002
The experimentation in ceramics. Presentation of the Barro Espiritual Project, in the National Museum of the Ceramics. Castillo de La Real Fuerza. Havana, Cuba.
1999
Panel discussion on the State of Sculpture in Cuba. Points of view of creators from the different generations at the Arts and Literature School of the University of Havana, Cuba.
1998
The fine Arts creators within the digital world. 2nd meeting of specialists in Virtual Reality. Mass Media and Communication School, ISA-University of Arts of Cuba.

Publications
Prado, Carlos: “Process”, Sights & Ceramics: Pittsburgh, Ceramics Monthly special NCECA Guide. The American Ceramic Society, March 2018, pp 44, 43.
Prado Herrera, Carlos Enrique: “Terapia Sanitaria. Apuntes colaterales”. Noticias de Artecubano newspaper, no 8 año 9, La Habana, agosto de 2008, pp 7.
Prado Herrera, Carlos Enrique: Transfiguración, exhibition catalogue, 23 y 12 Art Gallery, La Habana, 1996.
Prado Herrera, Carlos Enrique: Todo para llevar, exhibition catalogue, Galiano Art Gallery, La Habana, 2006.
Prado, Carlos Enrique: Carlos Enrique Prado: Current Artwork. Self-published, Blub.com.May 2022. LINK
Prado, Carlos Enrique: “Tautologies. Recent Works”. Self-published, Blurb.com.ISBN: 9798210070272. February 2022. LINK

Reviews, articles, interviews, and media
Alberdi, Virginia: “Otro Carlos Enrique: retrato de un artista adolescente.” Artecubano art magazine, ISSN 1024-8439, No. 2, Havana, 1995, pp. 42-45.
Alberdi, Virginia: “Ni inocente ni neutral.” Granma newspaper, No 207 – año 41, Havana, Cuba, August 31, 2005, pp 4.
Alberdi, Virginia: Carlos Enrique Prado: “Ni inocente ni neutral.” Periodico Cubarte, Sep 3, 2005. LINK
Alonso, Alejandro G.: The Collection of the National Museum of Contemporary Cuban Ceramics. Ediciones Boloña. ISBN: 978-959-294-235-6, La Habana, 2020, pp. 12, 20, 22, 28, 176, 177.
Alonso, Alejandro G.: Todo para llevar (cat.). Galería Galiano, La Habana, agosto, 2006.
Alonso, Alejandro G.: Re-visiones (cat.). Museo Nacional de la Cerámica, La Habana, 2006.
Alonso, Alejandro G.: “X Bienal de Cerámica.” Artecubano art magazine, No 2, La Habana, 2010, pp 53.
Arte Cubano Contemporáneo. Colección del Consejo Nacional de Artes Plásticas. Ediciones ArteCubano, 2014, ISBN 978-959-7229-09-4, pp 266-267.
Barreto, Emilio: “Prado transfigurado.” Cartelera Cultural magazine, no. 64, Havana, Cuba, 1996.
Boyer, Brynn: “Cuban Sculptor Working with Students.” The Eagle Eye, Fredericksburg, VA. July 28, 2011. LINK
Branscome, Jeff: “From Cuba to US: Clay connection.” The Free Lance-Star newspaper, Fredericksburg city, VA, USA. August 4, 2011.
Calvo, Onedys: “El ceramista escultor: Carlos Enrique, el artista.” Revolución y Cultura magazine, ISSN 1605-9093, No. 5-6, año 2009, pp. 59-65.
Castellanos, Israel: “La taza sanitaria emplaza”, La Jiribilla. Revista de Cultura Cubana, ISSN 2218-0869, No 223, La Habana 2005.
Elit-Tile 02 / 03 (cat.).II Trienal Internacional del tile cerámico. Museo de Arte Moderno MAM, Santo Domingo. Dominic Republic, 2002, pp. 42-43.
Galvan, Cristina & Mannie Miguel: “Artist talks about life in Cuba.” East Los Angeles College Campus News. Los Angeles, CA. March 19, 2013.  LINK
Jubrias, Maria Elena: La Ceramica Cubana, entre el moderno y el posmoderno. [The Cuban Ceramics, Between Modern and Postmodern.] (in Spanish). Ediciones Boloña. ISBN: 978-959-294-067-3, La Habana, 2017, pp. 101, 106, 107, 135, 137, 150.
Katiem: Visiting Arist: “Carlos Enrique Prado Herrera.” The University of Mary Washington - Art & Art History blog, Fredericksburg, VA, July 22, 2011. LINK
Katikat: “Large Scale Ceramics.” The University of Mary Washington - Art & Art History blog, Fredericksburg, VA, July 22, 2011. LINK
Lopez, Odette: Tautologies: Carlos Enrique Prado. Kendall Art Cultural Center. ISBN-13: 979-8836806415. Miami, FL, 2022. LINK
Lopez, Odette: “Classical Columns, Stacks, and Piles.” Ceramics Now digital magazine, ceramicsnow.org, July 2, 2022.  LINK
Lopez, Odette: “Tautologies: Carlos Enrique Prado.” Artepoli magazine. ISBN-13: 979-8836806415. Spain, 2022, (in Spanish). pp. xx
Miami-Dade Minute - Ronald Reagan Sculpture Unveiling. Miami Herald, FL, August 13, 2018, video. LINK
Miami desvela una estatua en honor al expresidente Ronald Reagan. Agencia EFE, edición América (in Spanish). April 14, 2018, ilus. LINK   
Miami Unveils a Statue in Honor of Former President Ronald Reagan. The Sun Post News, Miami, April 16, 2018, ilus. LINK
Montoya, Kelly: “Students sculptures are a reflection of themselves.” The News@TheU. The University of Miami, FL, October 26th, 2020. LINK 
Noceda Fernández, José Manuel: “Carlos Enrique Prado: con un mirar diferente.” La Gaceta de Cuba art magazine, no. 3, La Habana, mayo-junio, 2006, pp. 46-48.
Noceda Fernández, José Manuel: “Carlos Enrique Prado: La ritualidad del objeto.” Otra forma más de mirar lo mismo (cat.), Centro Cultural ICAIC, La Habana, julio, 2005.
Pereira, María de los Ángeles: “Descubrir lo sublime.” Mírate el mundo de otra manera (cat.), Galería La Acacia, La Habana, Junio, 2002.
Pereira, María de los Ángeles: “Carlos Enrique, escultor.”  Artecubano art magazine, ISSN 1024-8439, No 2-3, La Habana 2003, pp 48-51.
Perez, Amanda M.: “Instructor sculpts the next generation of artists. The News@TheU. The University of Miami, FL, January 27th, 2022. LINK
Reyes Cruz, Alain: “Aquí y allá. A propósito de la exposición personal Todo para llevar de Carlos Enrique Prado, en Galería Galiano.” Noticias de Artecubano art newspaper, no 4 año 7, Havana, Cuba, Sep-Oct, 2006, pp 3.
Rodríguez, Dianelys: “Todo para llevar.” Portal San Cristóbal de La Habana. September 2006.
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