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He graduated in the San Alejandro Academy of Fine Arts in 1991. He is a member of the National Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba (UNEAC, for its Spanish acronym) and the International Association of Plastic Artists (AIAP). In Cuba, his work has been exhibited in the art galleries Servando Cabrera, Villa Manuela, Havana, La Casona, 23 y 12, among others. His work has also been present in centers, museums and galleries like: Brande Art Oy, Helsinki (Finland); Marlborough Chelsea, New York (USA); Center for Cuban Studies, New York (USA); UNESCO Headquarters in Paris (France); Square One Gallery, London (England); Espacio 304 Gallery and Museo de las Américas in San Juan (Puerto Rico); ONU Headquarters, Geneva (Switzerland); Berghein Gallery (Panama); Nuno Sacramento Gallery (Portugal); Buenos Aires Museum of Fine Arts, La Plata (Argentina); Museum of Modern Art of Bogota (Colombia); Chelsea Gallery, Kingston (Jamaica). He has participated in fairs such as the International Contemporary Art Fair (ARCO, for its Spanish acronym) in Madrid, Art Moscow, JustMad, ArteLisboa, Lima Photo, Houston Fine Art Fair, ArtBo, etc.

His work is part of different collections exhibited in The Ministry of Culture, Havana (Cuba); The National Council of Plastic Arts, Havana (Cuba); The Office of the Historian, Havana (Cuba); the Cuban Institute of Arts and Cinematographic Industry (Cuba); the State Council (Cuba); the Marlborough Gallery, New York (USA); the Nina Menocal Gallery, Federal Distric (Mexico); the Cernuda Arte Gallery, Miami (USA); Pan-American Arts Projects, Miami (USA); the Jose Saramago Cultural Centre, Valencia (Spain); Sting, London (England); The Oswaldo Guayasamin Foundation, Quito (Ecuador); the Miraflores Government Palace (Venezuela); Casa Natal del Che Museum, Rosario (Argentina); The Andres Bello Project Collection (Colombia); The Djerassi Foundation, San Francisco (USA); the ONU Headquarters, Geneva (Switzerland).

Ernesto Rancaño
Cuba. 1968

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