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23.10.27- Royal Blue Gallery – Romacky
Blurry is a state of mind – October 20 to November 18, 2023 – LM Ericssons Väg 1
ABOUT the artist
Photographer, filmmaker, graphic designer, experimenting with various expression techniques across many media. https://www.romacky.art/en/home
ABOUT the exhibition
The cinematic composition of the frame can be felt in his films, photographs, and graphics. He often uses very bright lenses dedicated to fashion photography in reportage photography or architecture lenses for fashion shots, e.g., tilt-shift and wide-angle lenses.
Why? The idea is to capture the subject non-literally, enhancing the dynamics of the photos and, of course, the depth of blur.
This ideology of ROMACKY is visible in almost all media he works with. The graphics clearly show the fascination with Japanese watercolor. A visit to Japan sealed his love for Japanese art from an early age. Therefore, in his artworks, the image, theme, composition, and color are important, and the form of presentation is essential. Limited to 10 copies, the graphics series are prepared on 100% cotton Fabriano paper, and in addition to the signature, each graphic has a unique Hanko stamp made to order in Japan.
Reportage photography resulted in cooperation with magazines such as Newsweek. Fashion photographs have earned publications in Italian Vogue.
Romacky has had several solo exhibitions and Grand Press nominations.
Publications, including Fakty TVN and Arte TV, provided film coverage.
As a photojournalist and cameraman, he documented training ground exercises and other exercises of anti-terrorists, police officers, and soldiers. Transplant teams registered in operating rooms. His portfolio also includes reports on life in Japan.
His sense of aesthetics was shaped by horse riding, kendo, sailing, and climbing. As a rider, he took part in two films, Colonel Chabert with Gerad Depardieu.
He has been an activist for vegans and animals for many years.
Alex Colard Gallery, Art exhibitions in Stockholm, Charity Art Expo, Designer Magazine.
ABOUT the gallery
The Royal Blue Visual Arts Gallery combines a classic gallery and an online Virtual Reality Gallery, as well as an intimate photography studio.
The mission of the Royal Blue Visual Arts Gallery is to promote artists and art and present it to as many audiences as possible. As part of the mission, our plans include solo and group exhibitions, thematic JURY exhibitions and competitions with prizes. In addition to projects organized by us, we offer artists joint participation, under the banner of the gallery, in events such as: art fairs, exhibitions organized in cooperation with galleries from other cities in Sweden and other countries, as well as Konstrundas.
For photographers, it is possible to rent a studio for intimate photo sessions.
We invite you to visit the Royal Blue Gallery located 15 minutes by metro from Slussen station in central Stockholm, 400m from T-bana Telefonplan metro/station, and 230m from Konstfack in an area where LM Ericsson’s history has played an essential role in the development of the city of Stockholm.
Open Call to exhibit at RBG for Julens Magi
Applications for this Exhibition are accepted until November 20, 2023.
This is the season when creativity and imagination flourish!
We invite artists, photographers, and craftsmen.