- How would have been? V
- The Champions
- Mixed media project
- Art History
- How would have been?
- How would have been? Part II
- How would have been? Part III
- How would have been? IV
- Renaissance brushstrokes
- Not about Death
- What do you hide?
- God save the Queen
- Fishes & Flowers
- The Past
- Renaissance Cubism
- White Sheets
Location:Capital Federal, Argentina
LensCulture Awards:Visual Storytelling Awards 2015, Finalist
Gallery Representation:Arcadia Contemporary (NYC)Arusha (UK)Laurent Marthaler (Switzerland)
Schools Attended:Teatro Colon
Romina Ressias was born in 1981 in Argentina, in a small town near to Buenos Aires. She is a multi-award winning photographer and artist well known for her anachronisms and her strong Classical influence. Her works have been featured by major medios such as The Huffington Post, Interview Magazine, Vanity Fair, Vogue Italia & The Wild Magazine, among others.
The artist is characterized by the use of anachronisms and juxtapositions that allow to draw a timeline from which to explore human evolution and its behavior as individuals and as a collective.
Romina studied Photography, Fashion Photography, Art Direction and Scenery in different places including the prestigious institute of Theatre Colon.
Her work has been exhibited in Milan, New York, Paris, Zurich, Montreux, UK & Buenos Aires.
An artful photographic mash-up of Renaissance art and Cubism, with an Argentinian twist.