>Inside Issue 35 of Soura Magazine
Founded in 2005, Soura Magazine is a space where photography meets fine art in a marriage of aesthetics, vision, and inspiration.
It is a biannual publication passionate about giving fine art photography a voice and an arena to showcase the best and most innovative works it has to offer.
Soura not only spotlights an art form that deserves immense recognition, but it also aims to educated through informative tutorials, and inspire through success stories.
Born in 1968 in Madrid, Spain. His work has been featured in many international publications and into some Spanish magazines. Throughout his career, Recuenco has exhibited his photography work as well as his installations, has received awards and accolades, as well as won professional photography contests.
Olivia Leriche & Vincent Goutal have been working together since 2008. With fully staged scenes, their images reveal the dark side &reveries of an intimate world completely saturated by the codes and archetypes of modernity. Their photos draw their inspiration from the iconography of advertising that hits our eyes everyday. OLIVIA AND VINCENT – codes of modernity
Peter Kemp is a freelance photographer living in the Netherlands. Through his photographic work, Kemp tries to create pictures that tell stories. He likes to create certain moods, which allows him to infuse drama into his pictures.
Born and raised in India, Tejal Patni studied photography at the Sir JJ Institute of Applied Arts. After completing his degree, Patni began to work on series of international advertising campaigns and secured a reputation for himself as a top advertising and fashion photographer.
Soura Magazine had the great opportunity of having a one on one chat with Miho Aikawa, to get insight into her life and work. Aikawa’s work has been exhibited in museums and public spaces such as Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Osaka Municipal Museum of Art and World Bank Tokyo.
Stéphanie de Rougé main interest in life is to observe humans in urban spaces. De Rougé sees her purpose as not to invade but to share. Between 2000 and 2006, De Rougé founded two major photography projects for underprivileged children: ‘Labo Photo’, and ‘Regards’.