Her Royal Highness Princess Sofia of Romania will inaugurate her personal photo exhibition entitled “The Elements of Nature” in the foyer of the Media Hall of the “I. L. Caragiale” National Theater of Bucharest, on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, at 19.00.
The exhibition includes 50 photo landscapes made by Princess Sofia in France, Brittany, in the last two years, through which Her Royal Highness reveals the beauty of nature.
Also, on the same occasion, the collection of 36 art photos entitled “Ultramarine” will be launched as postcards bearing the signature of Princess Sofia, published by Curtea Veche Publishing. The photos were made by Princess Sofia in Brittany and their theme is mainly the ocean.
Besides Princess Sofia, will also speak Ion Caramitru, the General Manager of the “I. L. Caragiale” National Theater of Bucharest, Master Stefan Calita and Iren Arsen, the Manager of the Curtea Veche Publishing.
The exhibition called “The Elements of Nature” can be visited in the foyer of the Media Hall from April 26 to May 10, 2017, within the opening hours of the I. L. Caragiale National Theater of Bucharest (daily from 14.00 to 18.30, except Mondays).
The exhibition is organized in partnership with the “I. L. Caragiale” National Theater of Bucharest, with the support of the Ionescu and Sava Law Office.
Over the time, Princess Sofia has made a number of photo landscapes, creations attesting her talent and skillfulness. Next year, Her Royal Highness aims to inaugurate an art photography exhibition with Romanian landscapes, in the four seasons.
Her Royal Highness Princess Sofia is the fourth daughter of King Mihai and Queen Ana of Romania. She was born in Athens, Greece, on October 29, 1957. She studied in Switzerland and UK, then in USA, she attended Fine Arts at the University North Carolina, Asheville, as well as graphic design and photography at Corcoran College of Art Design of Washington, DC. For a long time, Princess Sofia has successfully exposed artworks on both sides of the Atlantic. Princess Sofia is currently living in France, with her daughter, Elisabeta-Maria.