The sensuality, passion and feeling of the tango are captured to perfection in this piece. The tango was once described as "a sad thought that dances". The choreography, revolving around a tightly embraced couple, is extremely sensual and complex. In this piece we see the dancers executing one of the most spectacular steps in tango. The soberness of black, white and grey colors adds to the piece a patina of elegance, which speaks to us about the splendor of tango as we knew it in its golden age, between 1935 and 1955, when television could only be watched in black and white. The costumes of the dancers reflects a play of contrasts. He is wearing a dark suit without a tie and a light narrow-brimmed hat. She, in turn, wears a light, short, backless, fitted dress enhancing her sensuality, while the accessories are decorated in black and white. Limited edition of 3,000 pieces 14.5 x 14.5 x 11.5"