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Fine Art Photography

 

 

 

Inna Rogatchi's art works & films can be found at: The Rogatchi Art Gallery & Store and Rogatchi Films

Maple Sunset - Lux Sei Photo Art © series

 

Maple Sunset is a 15-piece series of Lux Sei Photo Art ©, the direction of fine art photography that has been created and is being developed by Inna Rogatchi. Lux Sei Photo Art © works provide psychological comfort and are used in hospitals, hospices, rehabilitation centres, clinics of several countries, including Finland, UK, Spain, Japan, Ukraine. They are also used successfully for the purpose of psychological training of patients. The main component of works created by Inna in the Lux Sei Photo Art © direction is light; the main message of the works is hope. Their combination in various creative ways is the essence of Lux Sei Photo Art ©. The Maple Sunset collection has been created by Inna Rogatchi specially for the girls orphanage in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, and has been donated by the author to the orphanage in June 2013. The Maple Sunset series were taken in the USA and Finland. The works are authored prints on silk paper. They will be on permanent display at the orphanage.

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"Inna Rogatchi's art photography is expressive and sensitive at the same time. Her art is a symphony in which the artist eye is 'merged' with her camera's lenses completely. Inna's art is a powerful expression of harmonious inter-connection between beauty, soul and spirit".

Yossi Haseen, former Ambassador, historian and archeologist, Israel 

 

Inna Rogatchi © Maple Sunset II. New York. 2013. 
Lux Sei Photo Art © series

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Maple Sunset - Lux Sei Photo Art © series

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© Inna Rogatchi, 2012-2013

 

King David Wall

 

King David Wall is a 12-piece collection of Inna Rogatchi's fine art photography that Inna has assembled from her works on Israel specially for a boys orphanage in Dneproperovsk, Ukraine. All works are authored prints on silk paper, and they will be permanently displayed at the orphanage. 

The collection forms a photo-essay featuring a dialogue between the eternal walls of Jerusalem and the unique skies over the centre of the Jewish universe. It also features the dialogue between the skies over Israel and the open places of the country at the Galilee desert, the Kinneret sea, and the ever mystic plains of Safed. 

King David Wall is a part of Inna Rogatchi's bigger collection of works on Israel consisting of several other series, such as Israel JourneyHorizon Beyond HorizonIsrael WalksBy the Way of TorahIsrael: Spiritual Journey, etc. 

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"Inna's art fully reflects the richness and multi-dimensional character of Jewish life and culture. Her penetrating photography transcends, with emotional precision, many of those questions that Jewish people continuously face on the path of their history. But most importantly, we see and feel quite palpably the mighty rays of hope in Inna's work; and one should remember that hope is that most essential element of Jewish existence. In Inna's works devoted to Israel, its history and present, this hope shines through and from Jerusalem, the heart of Israel. It is namely Jerusalem where the mightiness of that hope originates and reaches out to Jewish people and to all of us who love, understand and support Israel and who are charged with its energy and are blessed with it"

Hannu Takkula, Member of the European Parliament

 

Inna Rogatchi © King David Wall 
Jerusalem. Israel. 2011.

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King David Wall

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The Route. Family Edition

 

The Route. Family Edition. 2013 is a 25-piece collection of fine art photography by Inna Rogatchi picturing the way of a largely forced journey of Jewry from Israel all over the world from pre-medieval and medieval times throughout the centuries. This collection is based on the The Brussels Edition of the same project and is focused on the European part of that journey. Following the Rogatchi family history, and reflecting the essential facts of Jewish history connected to Ukraine and Kazakhstan, The Family Edition adds Inna's works from those places to her growing The Route collection.

Inna Rogatchi created The Family Edition of The Route in memory of her father, a talented engineer and esteemed inventor, keen photographer, and devoted Jewish patriot Isaac Buyanover.

The exhibited works have been taken by the artist for more than a decade (2002-2013), and cover 16 countries. In most of those countries, during the timeline from the XII century onward, the Jewish population experienced the most dramatic turns of their destiny; in some of them - tragic ones and those which are beyond rational comprehension. At the same time, the Jewish heritage in its various and numerous dimensions has been imprinted on the general development of civic societies in every country of Europe and the rest of the world, and still contributes to it largely. This ongoing interconnection is another important subject of the author's concept.

The works featured in the collection do not picture too obvious or 'to be expected' subjects or sights, but rather are set to pick up the spirit and the atmosphere of the various European and now Asian places on The Route.

Perhaps, not surprisingly, The Route portrayed via Inna's photography reflects quite closely also the route of her and her husband's, renown artist Michael Rogatchi, families, traced from mid-XV century onward. The Rogatchi family tree includes BuyanoverChigrinskyPinskyElovitchLitowskyRice/Reisand Rogatchi families which lived in Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Poland and Lithuania before coming to Ukraine, being exiled to Kazakhstan, and now live in Finland, Israel, Germany, UK, France, Italy and the USA.

The works featuring Ukraine and Kazakhstan in The Family Edition of The Route refer to the deep roots of Jewish life in Ukraine, and to yet another drama for Jewish people set far away in Kazakhstan. Amongst hundreds of thousands of innocent people sent by the Soviet totalitarian regime into exile in Kazakhstan was the famous Rabbi Levi Yitzhak Schneerson, father of Rebbe Schneerson, as well as Michael Rogatchi's immediate family. Both families were from Ukraine, Dnepropetrovsk. After the annihilation of Jewish life there under Soviet rule for over 70 years, today it has made a remarkable comeback in Ukraine, notably, in Dnepropetrovsk, a place which is highly symbolic and meaningful for a vast part of world Jewry.

There are two ways of remembering history: one can be called 'an academic' one, and another - a living one. The latter allows us to follow that eternal soul travelling; and it also helps to bring one's own soul to a warming and nourishing place. The place of belonging.

Inna Rogatchi © The exhibition catalogue with highlights by the author

To the collection: 
The Route. Family Edition

To read a review of the exhibition: 
The Route of Inna Rogatchi

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The Route. Family Edition. 2013

An art video by Inna Rogatchi

 

 

Pilgrimage To Home

 

 

 

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Pilgrimage To Home

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Pilgrimage To Home is a 35-piece collection of fine art photography by Inna Rogatchi reflecting on the life and destiny of the Jewish people in Ukraine. The subjects photographed for the collection are exhibits of Jewish Memory and Holocaust in the Ukraine Museum opened in October 2012 in Dnepropetrovsk, one of the large industrial and scientific centres of Ukraine, and one of the most important centres of Jewish life there, both historically and, as the result of elaborate efforts, from the early 1990s onward, too.

The idea of this collection is to bring together rare and original artefacts of Jewish life in Ukraine and its tragic Holocaust period with the feelings and thoughts of modern day' visitors to the museum. Thousands of people, old and young, Jewish and not, flock into the new Museum with an unsaturated desire to see, to know, to re-discover one's roots. To make this Pilgrimage to one's Home.

Artistically speaking, the collection is built on contrasts: modern day people's reflections seen by the artist in a soft camera approach providing viewers with a privacy for their thoughts; and memories are punctuated by laconic and graphic images of the past, or the embodiement of horror. In this way, Inna Rogatchi believes that a whole perception of the Jewish world of Ukraine is achieved and relayed to the viewers in such a way as to balance thought and emotion.

 

Inna Rogatchi's essay on the subject:

One Day In October: Pilgrimage To Home

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"Hebrew is the only language in the world that allows using of the same word for 'Past' and 'Future'; the word is - LEFANIM (לפןים). LEFAIM means both 'in the past' and 'in the future'. Inna Rogatchi's wonderful collection of photography One Day In October: Pilgrimage To Home and the masterly done, stupendous art video she produced on her collection, shows both 'speaking' subjects and artefacts, also providing an overview of the new magnificent museum. It also brings to us the past, - and at the same time, it enforces us, with a strong power, for the future".

Rabbi Shmuel Kot, the Chief Rabbi of Estonia

One Day In October: Pilgrimage To Home

An art video by Inna Rogatchi

 

 

Essential in Spirit: Firenze

 

Inna Rogatchi © Angel of Florence II. 2008-2012.

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Essential in Spirit: Firenze

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Essential in Spirit: Firenze is 25-piece collection of fine art photography by Inna Rogatchi depicting Florence and Tuscany as if from within, featuring a close range look into its history, architecture, landscape, and looking into the spiritual dimension of those aspects. 

Essential in Spirit is a part of a bigger project devoted to Italy and presenting it from a point of view connecting the country's history and its culture with a modern day approach. 

The 15-piece part of the present collection is exhibited in Florence, at Relais Santa Croce (Palazzo Giofi-Jacometti) from October 2012 through January 2013. 

Following the pattern of Inna Rogatchi's fine art photography works, the Firenze collection is presented in a form of photo-essay. The works are complimented by the author's highlights, and musical art-video featuring the collection. 

The collection in question is the result of almost twenty years of research and five years of actual photographing by Inna Rogatchi in Florence and Tuscany. The author continues to work on one of her favorite themes - Italy in many of its facets and aspects. 

In its medium, the collection is a limited edition of luxurious authored pygment digital ink prints on cotton paper. They are done in series of 15 and 20, and are numbered and signed by the author. 

In her Firenze collection, Inna Rogatchi has been using a 'pastel' approach in depicting one of her favorite and close to her heart and mind places in Italy, and as a matter of fact, in the world, as well. "If I was asked to characterise all the wonders of Tuscany in just one word, my choice would be 'gentleness'. And it seems to me that never is beauty more appealing and memorable than when it is gentle and delicate, as it is in Botticelli's style and understanding", - says the author.

 

 

Amarcord Forever. Homage To Italian Cinema.

 

Inna Rogatchi © Amarcord Forever. Homage To Italian Cinema
with highlights by the author. 2012

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Amarcord Forever. Homage To Italian Cinema

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Amarcord Forever is a 10-piece collection of fine art photography collages, a part of a larger series under the same title, created by Inna Rogatchi in collaboration with her husband, renowned artist Michael Rogatchi, as the couple's homage to Italian cinema. There is no coincidence that the inaugural exhibition of the collection has been shown in Venice, on the occasion of the 69th Venice Film Festival; the oldest movie festival in the world, the festival which celebrates the very spirit of Italian cinema and guards its unique tradition.

The author opted for collage as the technical genre for the series in an effort to reflect on the subtle but multi-layered 'tissue' of classic Italian cinema, on its gentle complexity and poetic ambiguity. The works of this collection are focused on the creators of Italian cinema who are important for the author, from Fellini to Visconti; Inna's choice of the protagonists in the series is very personal. 

Amarcord Forever is a photo-essay, the genre which Inna develops actively. It exists also in a form of a musical art-video created by the author. 

Collages are accompanied by the author Living Dreams and Singing Memories highlights, the fragments of Dr Rogatchi's Magic of Love: the Ways of Italian Cinema essay on the subject. 

Amarcord Forever is a luxurious limited edition series of authored pigment digital prints on fine art cotton paper. The collages are produced in a series of 20 numbered prints which are signed by the author.

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"Fellini's Amarcord to me, is an embodiment of cinematography. As Amarcord is a virtuoso print of tapestry of life weaved by big man and big master in close and fruiful cooperation with his great colleagues and friends, as the best of Italian cinema is a timeless tapestry of human emotions and memories interweaved into each other. Looking into the detail of life of those Masters of Italian cinema who are important for me personally, and what was behind their movies and vision, I dared to creat my humble reading of what - and why - they represent, in my photo-essay Amarcord Forever".

Inna Rogatchi

"Inna Rogatchi's Amarcord Forever exhibition is one of the most interesting amongst many events to the (69th Venice Film) Festival that will be filling the agendas of movie aficionados who will swarm the lagoon. The fact that the two events are scheduled simultaneously underlines the Festival's aptitude to emphasize the true spirit of Italian cinema and to jealously protect its tradition. Amarcord Forever is an unmissable opportunity to live the Festival, appreciating its spirit, which has always been its distinctive trait, to the fullest."

Italian Talks Art Blog, Milan, August 2012.

 

 

 

 

Metamorphoses. Music of Reflections.

 

Inna Rogatchi © Metamorphoses. Music of Reflections
Exhibition catalogue with essay by prof. Ojars Sparitis

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Metamorphoses. Music of Reflections

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Metamorphoses. Music of Reflections is a 20-piece fine art photography collection and photo-essay by Dr Inna Rogatchi created by the author, being the invited guest artist, for the special event at the VII International Festival "Musical Collection" at the Saint-Petersburg Academic Philharmony in June 2012. Since its inaugural exhibition, and due to its success, the initial one-month show has been extended by the organisers for a few more months. The core of the exhibition is the House of Dreams series depicting expressive skies around the world, with connotations to great composers, choreographers, artists and poets who are important for the author personally. With some of those Masters the Rogatchi family was privileged to be friendly with and to work together in their philanthropic endeavours; among them were maestro Mstislav Rostropovich and the great choreographer Maurice Bejart.

In this collection, Inna Rogatchi tries to imagine the metamorphoses that giants of spirit and geniuses of creativity might have imposed on each of us, their devoted listeners, readers and viewers. The artist is also interested in the inter-connection between creativity and the perception of it. She tries to show to her viewers that as a creative process, with all the ocean of intuition involved in that, does bear certain philosophical element in itself, as our perception of art well can be not just passive or somewhat mechanical, but often there is room for it to be original and talented in its own right 'a work' behind one's perceptive process, as well. 

In addition to the works from the House of Dreams series, the collection contains works from the following limited edition series: Power of LightWhispersConversations with FelliniHorizon beyond HorizonYou and IThoughtful TreesHaiku Album, and ZEN

Inna Rogatchi worked on the collection over a five year period (2007 - 2012), and the photographs were taken in eight countries: Italy, France, Belgium, UK, Israel, Finland, Lithuania and Latvia. 

All works are a limited edition of 15, and of 45 x 60 cm and 60 x 45 cm sizes. They are authored digital pigment prints on the cotton Canson Infinity Etching Edition Fine Art paper, numbered and signed by the author. 

"Observing Inna's collection, we realise that we are witnessing the creation of a new world; the world of Inna Rogatchi. We can follow the process step-by-step: it starts from the molecular, spark-like dew drop reflections of the poetry of Japanese scientist and poet Matsuo Basho, the star of the Edo period, and it reaches explosive leaps into the infinite cosmos of the choreography of the great Maurice Jean Bejart. In this newly created world of Inna Rogatchi, there are some crucial divisions, both fundamental and previously known, and new ones. In addition to the pillars of spiritual life manifesting light's separation from darkness, existence's separation from non-existence, and festivity's separation from mundane, we can see here divisions of new, emotionally charged inspirations. Those original inspirations in Inna's world were born by her subjective perception of the atmosphere, colours, sounds, and - sensations. Her perception is seemingly meditative in its approcah, and it has become the main impulse for her inspirations."

From INNA ROGATCHI's BORDERLESS CLOUDS by professor Ojars SPARITIS

For more on the collection - please see TRACING VISIBLE SUBJECTS' INVISIBLE INTER-CONNECTIONS review. More materials on this collection and exhibition are also to be found at NewsEventsArt Videos.

 

Metamorphoses. Music of Reflections

An art video by Inna Rogatchi

 

 

The Melody Thread.

 

Inna Rogatchi © Melody Thread III. Cello. Milanese School, Early 18th Century 
Attributed to Antonio Tanegia. Italy, 2012

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The Melody Thread

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Melody Thread is a collection of rare Italian instruments; which is part of a bigger project featuring a modern perception of Italian music history. The collection shows, for the first time in this medium, original instruments made by famous Italian masters of the 17th and 18th centuries. The work on this original series included thorough research, finding instruments in different places in Italy, and tracing the 'personal' history of each unique piece whenever it was possible.

The inaugural exhibition of the collection was shown at the VII International Festival "Musical Collection" in June 2012. Inna Rogatchi was an invited artist with a special Metamorphosesexhibition at the festival. Inna Rogatchi and the Rogatchi Foundation were pleased to donate a 10-piece collection of original prints of the Melody Thread series to the Saint-Petersburg Academic Philharmony in memory of Maestro Mstislav Rostropovich who had performed his first concert in Russia after his and his wife Galina Vishnevskaya's, 15-year exile, in that very concert hall.

Refering to the rare music instruments theme, it can be noted that everyone who has listened to music played on the original instruments, could recognise instantly how different and special the sound is, even for the melodies that one knows by heart. The secret of that special direct 'time communication' as it is understood by the author, is the 'imprints' of both the souls of the masters who have created the instruments, and those musicians who played them in the past, and are playing today, - creating that wonderful, magical and in keeping with its charm throughout the centuries Melody Thread for us.

Inna Rogatchi

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"One can see a living soul in those works of Inna Rogatchi's photography in her Melody Thread series.The subjects of Inna's works are talking to us. Historic musical instruments featured in those works are transformed into soul-bearing, singing pieces of art - and by that, a dialogue is born. A very special dialogue, indeed."

Ph.D. Ojars SPARITIS, professor of Latvian Academy of Arts, Real Member of Latvian Academy of Science.

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The work of this collection are series of limited edition of 10, and of 45 x 60 cm size. They are authored digital pigment prints on the cotton Canson Infinity Etching Edition Fine Art paper. The works are numbered and signed by the author.

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For more on the collection - please see TRACING VISIBLE SUBJECTS' INVISIBLE INTER-CONNECTIONS by Professor Ojars SPARITIS; and also EventsNews, and Art Videos sections.

 

The Melody Thread

An art video by Inna Rogatchi

 

 

The ROUTE. Brussels Edition.

 

Inna Rogatchi © The ROUTE. Exhibition catalogue with highlights by the author

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The ROUTE

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© Inna Rogatchi, 2011

 

The ROUTE is a 20-piece collection of fine art photography by Dr Inna Rogatchi picturing the way of a largely forced journey of Jewry from Israel to places all over the world from pre-medieval and medieval times throughout the centuries. The Brussels Edition of The ROUTE focuses on the European part of that journey. The inaugural exhibition of The ROUTE was opened on May 30th, 2012 at the European Parliament as part of the commemoration of Jerusalem Day at the main pan-European institution.

The exhibited works were taken by the artist over the last ten years (2002-2012), and are from Israel and twelve of the EU-member states.

In most of those countries, during the timeline from the 12th century onward, the Jewish population experienced the most dramatic turns of their destiny; in some of them – tragic ones and those which are beyond rational comprehension. At the same time, Jewish heritage in its various and numerous dimensions was imprinted on developing civic societies in every country of Europe and the rest of the world, and still contributes to it. This ongoing interconnection is another important subject of the exhibition – one could hardly imagine France without Chagall, or Italy without Modigliani, or Czech Republic without Kafka; the Jewish spirit and its talent has become an integral part of the national heritage in many countries where the Jewish diaspora has settled on the way of its dramatic journey.

The works featured in the collection are not picturing the too obvious or the 'to be expected' subjects or sights, but rather are set to pick up the spirit and the atmosphere of the various European places on The ROUTE.

Perhaps, not surprisingly, The ROUTE portrayed via Inna's photography reflects quite closely also the routes of her and her husband's, renowned artist Michael Rogatchi, families, traced from mid-20th century onward.

There are two kinds of historic memory: one can be called 'an academic' one, and another – a living one. The latter provides hope for a dignified and civilised existence.

This is what this exhibition is all about.

Inna Rogatchi

The works are complimented by the author's highlights. The set presented at the exhibition is one of a limited edition (of 15); they are framed authored digital pigment HD prints on pearl paper produced specifically for the current exhibition.

For more on the collection - please see SEEING THROUGH THE TIME: A JEWELL SUSPENDED IN MIDST.

 

The ROUTE. Brussels Edition 2012

An art video by Inna Rogatchi

 

 

Campanilla For All Seasons

 

Inna Rogatchi © Campanilla for All Seasons. Exhibition catalogue with comments by the author

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Campanilla For All Seasons

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Campanilla for All Seasons is a 10-piece fine art photography series created by Inna Rogatchi to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the restoration of the world famous bell tower of Venice, the centre-piece of Saint Mark's Square. In this collection, the author examines one of the most important historic landmarks for the Venetian population and a striking architectural masterpiece from various points of view: how it defines the space around itself; what does it tell us in the matter of endless games of light and shadow; now it changes between day and night; what can we see in and around the bell tower closely or from afar...

In this special series, Inna Rogatchi also pays homage to the Venetians for their decisiveness and commitment to restore their campanile during ten years of exemplary work between 1902 and 1912, to bring one of the most important symbols of Venice to its past splendor.

Campanilla for All Seasons is a luxurious limited edition series (of 10) authored digital prints on cotton paper. The collection is part of two wider ongoing projects of an artistic examination of Italy and Venice by Inna Rogatchi.

 

Campanilla for All Seasons

An art video by Inna Rogatchi

 

 

Roots - And The Route

 

A collection of 20 works of art photography depicting Jewish places according to the way the Jewish people were moving on through the centuries. Characteristically, the photography reflects on the Route also 'documents' the history of both Inna and Michael Rogatchi's respective families.

The inaugural exhibition of the collection is planned to be exhibited and later donated to the Museum of the Crown Heights, reportedly the largest multi-functional Jewish community centre in the world. The exhibition will become a part of the permanent exhibition of the Centre.

The Centre is situated in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, the native city of Inna and Michael Rogatchi's families.

Later on, the exhibition is planned to be shown in Poland, UK, USA, and possibly other countries.

The collection will be released on the site after its inaugural exhibition in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine, in March 2012. We thank our viewers for their patience.

 

Inna Rogatchi © On The Way From Portugal. 1992-2010

To the collection: 
Roots - And The Route

 

 

Power Of Light

 

Inna Rogatchi © Power Of Light. Exhibition catalogue with highlights by the author

To the collection: 
Power Of Light

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© Inna Rogatchi, 2011

 

A collection of 15 works of limited edition fine art photography depicting, in a close range motto, various Judaica subjects from Inna and Michael Rogatchi's private art collection. This atmospheric series with spiritual connotations are aiming to cast a warm while attentive closer look into the symbols which are important for Jewish spiritual life.

POWER OF LIGHT exhibition has been shown in Vilnius, Lithuania, from December 2011 in conjuction with, and as part of the official opening of the Vilnius Public Jewish Library, an important international project which has attracted wide attention globally (more on the project is seen on the HIGHLIGHTS, NEWS and EVENTS pages).

"How many things can we see in our own memory mirror? That mirror is so variable, and it could make us both happy and sad, but it always keeps us 'interwoven' in the fabric of the life of our family, even when we sometimes are not able to see that fabric clearly. It comes as a dream, then..." - Inna Rogatchi on her Power of Light series.

After the exhibition, the author donated the series to the Vilnius Public Jewish Library where the art works have become a part of the library and are on permanent display.

"There is magic in Inna's works and they are as if breathing a strength and tranquility at the same time. Inna has a wonderful gift in capturing something transcendent and getting it alive in her photographs" - Gila Seera, artist, Finland

 

 

From The Window Of Mercy And Joy

 

Inna Rogatchi © From The Window of Mercy and Joy. Exhibition Catalogue with Highlights by the author

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From The Window of Mercy and Joy

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© Inna Rogatchi, 2011-

 

From The Window of Mercy and Joy is a catalogue of the exhibition comprising 20 works from Sun MoodClose RangeWater MoodThe Life of LightTravel SpiritsSky MoodTime JourneysCloud Mood and Presence limited edition series of Inna Rogatchi's art photography. The author provided also highlights to all of her works in this catalogue.

"There are two main 'characters' in this collection: Light and Hope. I examined in my works how those two great protagonists affect our lives, - if we could be perceptive, and also thoughtful and optimistic enough to help them to do their job" 
- Inna Rogatchi.

The inaugural exhibition of the collection is shown as part of a larger programme to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Cancer Society of the South-Western Finland from December 12, 2011 through January 31, 2012.

After the exhibition, the author will donate the works to cancer patients living in Karina hospice, in the special residence Meri-Karina, and also those being treated in the University Hospital of Turku.

"It is a pleasure to let the eyes wander the landscapes in Inna Rogatchi's photographs. Her fine perception of nature and sense of human frailty make the visual world depicted both interesting and deeply moving. Through her photographs Inna Rogatchi generously gives us a glimpse of her very private diary." 
- MAIJA-LIISA MARTON, actress and director, Dr. of Arts, h.c., Shenandoach University, Virginia, USA

 

House Of Dreams

A collection of 20 works of art photography examining the skies around the world as the most powerful element prompting various human reflections and getting them into the new dimensions. In this series, the author also is trying to connect certain sky scenes with imagined by herself worlds of outstanding personalities throughout mankind's spiritual and cultural history, those incredible talents who have been important and dear to the author throughout her life.

The exhibition is to be shown in the UK and other countries from 2012 onward. The exhibition will become a part of the charity project.

The collection will be released on the site after its inaugural exhibition in the UK in early 2012. We thank our viewers for their patience.

Inna Rogatchi © Leonardo's Dream. Italy. 2010

To the collection: 
House Of Dreams

 

 

Close Range series. Special Limited Edition. 2010

 

A collection of 17 works of art photography in memory of Inna Rogatchi's mother, Anna Pinskaya-Bujanover. The subjects of photography are flowers and plants from Rogatchis' garden in Finland.

This limited edition has been produced exclusively as a gift for Inna and Michael Rogatchi's friends.

 

Inna Rogatchi © Close Range series. Special Limited Edition. 2010

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