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David Romero Lomas is a Madrid-based photographer, born in 1979. He was selected as one of the 'Photoespaña Discoveries 2014' for his 'Ephemeral Bestiary', which was featured at the prestigious international photography festival. He studied photography between 2005 and 2009 and later worked as an assistant for photographer Amador Toril. Additionally, he has collaborated with renowned photographer Isabel Muñoz.
David's photographic series, 'Ephemeral Bestiary', showcases colored balloons on beds of nails that appear as daemonic beings through his lens. His work explores the nature of the ephemeral and the weight of life, as well as the balance between the serious and the light. The ECH has been a source of inspiration for David's work, as he has been reflecting on these concepts for a long time.
His work is a metaphor for the ephemerality of existence, proposing a change in the existential plane in the object, altering its ephemeral nature to bring it to a state of visual durability that suggests various readings. The project includes the space-time of being, creating a spectacular illusion. David's work is featured in group and monographic exhibitions, and his 'Ephemeral Bestiary' is a playful yet poignant exploration of the human condition.