Enzo has created over a hundred artworks united into several collections. See below for details.
Il sole di Pompei
The Sun of Pompeii, 1980-1983
A series of 31 photographs (50×70 cm) created in the author’s technique: printing on Amalfi handmade paper with subsequent sepia toning.
The main idea was to create unique detailed images of the ancient Roman city of Pompeii, buried in volcanic ash almost 20 centuries ago.
The collection was first exhibited at the Key Damy Photogallery in Brescia, Italy.
A series of 20 photographs (45×45 cm) created in the author’s technique: printing on Amalfi handmade paper with subsequent sepia toning. The sheet size is 50×70 cm.
The idea of creating the series was born when observing wood bark on which time, man, and external influences left their mark.
The collection was first presented to the public at the Key Damy Photogallery in Brescia, Italy.
On the threshold, 1984-1986
A series of 20 photographs (50×70 cm) created in the author’s technique: printing on Amalfi handmade paper with subsequent coloring by hand.
The pictures of the series give a chance to fantasize about what might be waiting for us behind an old door.
The collection was first presented in 1986 at a solo exhibition at the San Fedele Gallery in Milan, Italy (exhibition curator: Roberta Valtorta).
Messe in scena
A series of 12 photographs (50×50 cm) created in the author’s technique: printing on Amalfi handmade paper with subsequent coloring by hand.
The main distinctive feature of this series is the use of textured cracked walls as a background.
The collection was first presented in 1991 at an exhibition in Lithuania.
Reflected temptations, 2010-2018
A series of 13 works (70×70 cm) printed on canvas with subsequent hand coloring.
The highlight of these works is double exposure technique (the image overlay on the running stream waves). The master created a number of paintings in a similar technique. Some of them were included in his later collections.
The series was first presented at the Modern Art Gallery in Salerno, Italy.
A series of 12 photographs (100×130 cm) printed on canvas with subsequent hand coloring.
The works depict classic portals with fruits, objects, trees, and people inserted.
The collection was first exhibited in 2013 at the Museum of Contemporary Fine Art in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, and at fluxrus “Belka & Strelka” Contemporary Art Gallery in Taganrog, Russia.
Our website also presents two additional pictures that were not included in the main part of the series.
Arie di storie
Historical arias, 2015-2017
This collection has been created by a union of two professionals: a photography master Enzo Rosamilia and an opera singer Elena Berera.
It includes 12 works devoted to 12 opera heroines whose roles Elena performs on the professional stage. While communicating with Elena and learning about her work, Enzo had the idea to create a calendar in which Elena would act as a model embodying the image of these 12 heroines.
The size of works is 100х100 см. Technique: film photography, subsequent printing on museum-quality canvas.
Attraverso lo sguardo di A.Čechov
Through mirrors: Chekhov, 2015-2016
A series of 24 black-and white photos inspired by stories and plays by Anton Chekhov. Printing on artistic canvas. Size: 70х70 cm.
The collection was exhibited in several Russian cities: in the Museum of Modern Fine Arts in Rostov-on-Don, in the Art Museum of Taganrog, and in the Art Library named after A.P.Bogoliubov in Moscow.
Il Maestro e Margherita
The Master and Margarita, 2018-2019
The series includes 21 pictures (115.5×77cm and 77×77 cm) illustrating the novel “The Master and Margarita” by Mikhail Bulgakov. Art technique: film photography, photomontage, printing on artistic canvas.
The collection was first presented in Moscow, Russia, at the museum-theater “Bulgakov house”.
Ommagio a Rodcenko
In memory of Rodchenko, 2021
The series includes 7 artworks specially created for the “Forma=Rakurs” festival dedicated to the 130th anniversary of birth of A.M.Rodchenko – Russian and Soviet painter, graphic and poster artist, sculptor, theater artist, photographer.
Gogol (titolo lovarativo)
Gogol (codename), 2021 – till now
A series of pictures inspired by Nikolai Gogol’s oeuvre. The series is a work in progress at the moment. It will include pictures by photography masters from Russia, Italy, Ukraine, and Germany. Photos are in the author’s technique, printing is on museum-quality canvas.