Waterscapes is a series of photographs taken with pinhole cameras designed and created by the artist.
Rómulo Peña (Coro, Venezuela, 1982). His contact with photography begins in 2002 in a self-taught way. The search from a visual language leads him to pinhole photography and the comprehension of the photographic physics, allowing him to get onto documental subjects from an experimental approach. Since 2007 he has participated in the most important national art halls, including a solo exhibition in Venezuela's National Art Gallery (2012), and on international level he has exhibited his work in countries like Germany, Cuba, Spain, the United States, France, Italy and Mexico. By the end of 2013 he took part in the portfolios viewing Trasatlántica PhotoEspaña and later he was selected for the exhibition Elemento latente. 10 Fotógrafos de América Latina (Latent Element. 10 Photographers from Latin America) within the official framework of the PhotoEspaña 2014 festival. www.flickr.com/photos/r0mp3/