Born in Madrid in May 1968, Eugenio Recuenco is today one of Spain’s most renowned photographers. He is considered the heir of the great masters of classical Spanish painting like Goya, El Greco and Zurbarán, with whom he shares an almost perfect mastery of chiaroscuro. His highly evocative photos plunge the viewer into a mysterious and magical world inspired by cinema.
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