Red Trillium Press/ Aqui en la Lucha is the work of Steven Daiber based in Massachusetts. Daiber has worked with books for more than twenty years. He has been to Cuba regularly since 2001 and has facilitated dialogue between Cuban and foreign artists. His books create real, metaphorical objects: palaces of the memory in which each element underscores a meaning. The collaborations with Cuban artists tell their stories of the lived reality of Cuba in the 2st century.
Steven Daiber’s professional work as an artist originated with training in drawing and painting, with a M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1981 and a B.F.A. from the University of Delaware in 1978.
MoMA, Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut Library, Germany, Stanford, Smith College, Yale, Getty Museum, Princeton, University of Washington, Seattle, Vasser College, Swathmore College, Cuban Heritage Collection University of Miami, University of California: Santa Barbara, Irvine, San Diego, Phoenix Art Museum, Columbia College, British Library, Free Library of Philadelphia, University of Southern California, Library of Michigan, Lansing, Cerritos Public Library, Boston Public Library, The Banff Centre Library, Cambridge University Library, UK, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Lafayette College, Northwestern University, Michigan State, University of Delaware, Texas Tech., Washington University, University of Minnesota, Williams College, Museo de Bellas Artes – Wifredo Lam Contemporary Art Center – San Alejandro Academy of Art -Casa de Americas – UNEAC (Union of Artists and Writers) – Taller Experimenta de la Gráfica – SA Institute of Superior Arts, Havana Cuba, but to name a few.
Making the book Privacidad, The Bluenote Book Vol. 6, No. 1, October 2011
The making of El muro, an interview with Roberta Fallon on the Art Blog in 2009.
Making Poder an article in vol. 7 of The Bone Folder, 2011.