Bratislava/Rome 19th July – Great shape of heart visible only from above, ever green shores of Hawaii islands, strange rock formations from Southwest of the USA and many others attractive sites from all continents of the world. This combination of large scales photographs of Filip Kulisev can visitors observes in exhibition, which was opened in Slovak Institute in Rome. Slovak photographer provided material for nearly 150 individual exhibitions in Slovakia and abroad. In Rome and Italy has been his work presented for the first time. „I´m happy, that Amazing Planet reached this country as well. Italy is very photogenic, especially Dolomites and Tuscany play an important role in my books“, Filip Kulisev stressed. The ceremony accompanied by Slovak ambassador to Italy Mária Krasnohorská and many influential Italian personalities was held by director of Slovak Institute Peter Krupár. „It´s been a honour for us to present for Italian public talent and works of photographer, who´s succesfully represented Slovakia in the world for a years“, Krupár added. The exhibition in Rome has been already Filip´s fourth one in this year after Bratislava, Prague and Monaco, where was supported by H.S.H. Prince of Monaco Albert II and visited by more than 100,000 people. The visitors can admire photographs, which helped Filip to win the highest title of the Professional photographer, Master QEP. Filip Kulisev is an author of three books. The latest one, Amazing Planet, was selected as the second most wonderful FEP European Photo Book of the Year 2010 in the category Nature. Filip Kulisev is a founder and vice president of the Association of Professional Photographers of Slovak republic (APFSR), which helps to promote Slovak photographers abroad.