Sourcing her inspiration in the painting of the old masters of the 14th to 17th centuries, such as Da Vinci, Raphael, Rembrandt, or Vermeer, Romina Ressia composes her photographs like a painter constructs a painting. Through the precise study of compositions and settings, she appropriates the codes of representation of yesteryear. She nonetheless distinguishes her work through a highly contemporary and personal approach, by integrating staged elements from everyday life into her photographs that conspicuously disrupt our reading of them. Considering photography as a unique means of expression, the artist raises questions of a social and behavioural nature by combining the past and the present in a surprising and creative way. "Pink Helmet" is part of the artist? project titled "How would have been?" This project is inspired in the fact that, despite the advances and technology humanity has today, there is a longing about past times, when things were more natural and handmade and made for lasting a long time.
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|Giant, Collector, Exeption||79€|
Born in 1981, Romina Ressia is from Argentina where she has lived and worked as an independent photographer. An author of photographic portraits with pictorial inspiration and captivating originality, the photographer was very quickly identified thanks to social networks and receives many requests on the part of prestigious magazines. She was thus immediately propelled into the world of fashion through myriad publications and international exhibitions. Her creations were then exhibited in Milan, Buenos Aires, and New York.