Studio professor

Romain Bernini's pictorial work is imbued with questions about colour and space, mythology and popular culture. Whether in lush, enigmatic landscapes, masked or disguised figures, or strange, indeterminate zones, his works reveal a world on the margins, marked by a history that combines utopias and rituals. 

A resident of the Villa Médicis in Rome in 2010-2011, he has taken part in numerous exhibitions in France and abroad, including: Immortelle (MO. CO, Montpellier, 2023), Them (Suzanne Tarasieve gallery, Paris, 2022) la Profonde Alliance (le Parvis, Centre d'art Tarbes, 2021), Expended Minds (HdM gallery Pékin-Londres, 2020), Eldorama (Lille 3000, 2019), Les Enfants du Paradis (Musée des Beaux-arts de Tourcoing, 2019), Blue Bird (Daegu Art Factory, South Korea, 2022), Tristes tropiques (1905 Art Space, Shenyang, China 2021) and Creating Worlds (Wooyang Museum of Contemporary Art, South Korea, 2017).