De izquierda a derecha el diseñador Nuno Horta, José Sacramento, Ernesto Rancaño y Nuno Sacramento.
Galería NH Design.

From March 16 to April 30, the NH Design gallery in Oporto presents the exhibition “Érase que se es,” by Cuban artist Ernesto Rancaño (Havana, 1968). Taking advantage of his presence at the Art Week in Madrid, Arte por Excelencias spoke with Nuno Sacramento, the curator of the exhibition and an eternal friend of our magazine.
«Érase que se es is a sample of multidisciplinary art made up of fifteen works. There are several techniques: from photographs with softboxes, carbon sketches, diverse objects...You can see different work techniques in which you play a lot with lights and shadows. It is the search for an aesthetically delicate and beautiful sense. It also uses some materials like PVC, glass or acrylic, but the final result is excellent.
»Ernesto Rancaño is an artist of extraordinary aesthetic quality who represents the island of Cuba with great dignity. We have worked with him for more than ten years now ».