We are a Lost Hope

Gender stereotypes

The markedly conceptual creative and artistic trajectory of Yolanda Herranz is expressed in art projects that have been shown in more than two hundred exhibits throughout Europe (Germany, Austria, Belgium, Spain, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Switzerland) and America (Argentina, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Brazil, Nicaragua, USA), as well as in Russia and Japan. Her work is also represented in prestigious museums and institutions around the world. The uncertainty expressed in her images remains unresolved, and all of the figures retain an element of underlying tension, of indecisive and irreconcilable dilemma. We doubt and we feel. We question and we conceive. Blackness tattooed on our soul. The body is frail, beauty is fleeting, the flesh is vulnerable and transient. Emerging from the intensity of The Dark, appears the light that delineates our traits. The penetrating abyss shelters a dim radiance that shines through, outlining a glimpse of our countenance. Light and twilight, specters of the spirit.