Roberto Tostado Viesca was born in Torreón, Coahuila in 1980. In Guadalajara, he joined Iñaki Beorlegui's workshop in 2002 as a workshop assistant, where he began to take drawing lessons. He moved to Aguascalientes in 2003 where he entered the free class of Maestro Moisés Diaz Jiménez at the School of Visual Arts, where he had his first solo exhibition "Diálogos Blandos" in 2004. In 2005 he studied engraving in Torreón, Coahuila with maestro Miguel Canseco. He was selected in 2005 in the national print contest of Guanajuato, the First Biennial of the Americas in 2006, in 2007 in the Salón de Octubre of Guadalajara and Arte club of the Mural Newspaper and in the Enrique Guzmán biennial of Aguascalientes in 2008. In 2009 he has a solo exhibition "Apócrifo!" where he exhibits 20 large-format portraits at the City Gallery in Aguascalientes. In 2012 he began to study painting techniques with Maestro Santiago Rebolledo and participated in a small collective at the Machado Gallery in Mexico City. In 2014 he obtained an honorable mention in the biennial Joaquín Clausell. In 2017 he took a drawing workshop with Maestro German Venegas. He currently works between Aguascalientes and Mexico City where he has had 3 solo exhibitions and diverse collective exhibitions and in december 2019 he has his solo exhibition in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Aguascalientes.