Eugenio Recuenco is a photographer from Madrid, Spain, who works mostly in the publishing and advertising fields. Compared to others, his personal style has been referred to as “cinematographic” and “pictorial”.His work has been featured in magazines such as Vogue, Marie Claire, Madame Figaro, Twill, and many more.
Endless talent and passion from this photograper and its team, able to make art indistinguishable from advertising. Writing about Eugenio Recuenco’s work is hard if one doesn’t wants to fall in topics nor easy praising. In the other hand, is very easy if one feels great talking only about the quality, the astonishing creativity, the endless inspiration given by its works and the huge clients list is enough.
To any photographer, or simply to any lover of good art, taking a deep look to Eugenio Recuenco’s work is a humility exam and an experience plenty of astonishment and inspiration, a proof that the art is still strongly present in advertising, and a proof that the fight against commercial priorities every artist has can be win with big amounts of passion, creativity and technique.
He is also one of two directors for the music video of Rammstein, called Mein Herz brennt.
“I use many things as inspiration, one of them are the classical paintings. They are dramatic, histrionic, and all the volumes they get with the use of the lighting.”
– Eugenio Recuenco
In its webpage Eugenio delights our eyes and some other senses with hundreds of inspiring, suggestive or disturbing images, fantasy universes, dreamy panoramics, steampunk references, charismatic characters, advertising winks, fairy tales and a long list of astounding creations. Them all are without a doubt the result of a very well synchronized production team, an unstoppable creative machine that have brought Eugenio and its team far beyond the limits of its country, and also beyond the limits of photography, directing advertising spots for television.
- info & work, please visit the photographer’s website here
Photography for Marie Claire France
© Eugenio Recuenco