Ernesto Rancaño (Havana, 1968)


Graduated from the Academy of Arts of San Alejandro, La Habana, Cuba.  His works can be found in permanent collections in Panama, Mexico,  Jamaica and Spain.                

With an aesthetics that some critics have called  'post-medieval', but that owes much to the interpretation of universal  art and the exploration of national identity, installed in a fantastic space where any mixture is possible and where sorrows can be enveloped in softness and candor, a search for spirituality that traps the most diverse public can be found in the work of this artist.