Francisco (Pancho) Luna grew up around a big library in his grandmother's house in his native Argentina. The library covered a whole wall from the floor to the ceiling and it was filled with tons of books, old and new, written in many languages. As a kid, he would spend time imagining meanings for that maze of incomprehensible objects engraved with symbols and signs.... From that point on, that vision of an enigmatic universe in front of him yet to be known, hasn't abandoned him.
In his latest sculptural works, clear acrylic libraries using photographs mounted on solid acrylic, "the artist manages to deploy an intricate conceptual complexity with minimal elements...". Books also appear in his collages, simulating bookshelves or piles of magazines.
Pancho Luna lives and works in Miami's Wynwood Art District.