Roma Gallery invites you, starting today, November 24th, 2020, to its group photographic exhibition titled “Metamorphic Image”. The works will be exhibited on the gallery’s webpage and social media platforms.
When daily life turns into a quest for survival, in an attempt to ameliorate the faulty relationship between reality and rationality, an invented world and a picture of the fantastic dominate this exhibition. “Metamorphic Image” attempts to approach the mystery of the contemporary pictorial aesthetic “logos”. Twenty-five international photographers participate in the exhibition.
“Art is comprised of images, whether representational or not, whether we recognize in them the shapes of certain characters or not. Art’s images function to produce a distance, a disparity. Words describe what the eye could potentially see, or express that which it will never see. They shed light or cast a shadow on a certain idea with intention. Visible forms suggest or detract a certain meaning. Such are the relations that define images.”
Madeleine Berkhemer, Lina Bertucci, Barbara Bloom, Guillermo Caivano, Michel Vanden Eeckhoudt, Ruth Francken, Anna Gaskell, Bia Gayotto, Grit Hachmeister, Irina Ionesco, Jamie Isenstein, Karen Kilimnik, Elke Krystufek, Justine Kurland, Dorit Margreiter, Nelly’s (Elli Sougioultzoglou-Seraidari), Adrian Paci, Nathalie Rebholtz, Heiner Schilling, Catherine Sullivan, Ed Templeton, Brian Ulrich, Chris Verene, Marnie Weber, Shizuka Yokomizo