Roberto Lombana (b. Bogota, Colombia in 1977). His photographic work is executed with a creative use of fish-eye lenses. In the last twelve years he has explored urban and natural landscapes and developed a unique visual language. Conceptually, his work is the combination of two defined areas: one involving his interest in magic and the other contemporary reality.

In 2017, he gained an honorable mention at The 77th International Photographic Salon of Japan and was selected for the 2nd International Open Art Competition at Art Olympia in Tokyo, followed by the acquisition of his work by the Living National Treasure Museum of Yugawara, Japan.

In 2018, he was invited to participate in The 74th Art Festival Genten organized by the Japanese Contemporary Artists Association at the National Art Center of Tokyo and the Municipal Museum of Fine Art of Osaka.

Artist’s Work

Roberto Lombana

Cielo de frailejones, 2018
Photo printed on canvas Hahnemuhle  38 cm diameter

Roberto Lombana

Silueta sol, 2012
Photo printed on canvas Hahnemuhle  38 cm diameter 

Roberto Lombana

Demographic Explosion, 2016
Photo printed on canvas Hahnemuhle 100 cm diameter

Roberto Lombana

Max Ernst Tribute Mandala Amazon, 2016
Photo printed on canvas Hahnemuhle 100 cm diameter

Roberto Lombana

Wall Street Mandala New York, 2016
Photo printed on canvas Hahnemuhle  54 cm diameter

Roberto Lombana

Macarenia Clavijera mandala, 2016
Photo printed on canvas Hahnemuhle  100 cm diameter

Roberto Lombana

Vida verde, 2018
Photo printed on canvas Hahnemuhle 38 cm diameter

Roberto Lombana

Páramo de Siecha mandala, 2016
Photo printed on canvas Hahnemuhle  100 cm diameter

Roberto Lombana

Shard mandala, 2019 
Photo printed on canvas Hahnemuhle  54 cm diameter

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