Mark Abouzeid’s portrait of Jewellery Artist, Sophie Beer, is featured in the Autumn 2017 edition of Collection Magazine.
“Looking for light in this world is like looking for light in a bucket of mud (his metaphor for sh*t). Even if it exists, you will never know. The mud envelopes the light, envelopes you, and fills all the space between. Any impact the light might have is minimal. The mud is all there is, don’t waste your time looking for more.”
How do you prepare to drag a 180 kilo sled battling -53 degree temperatures and 200 mph winds across the most inhospitable terrain on the planet? Dragging tires in a rock river bed reaching over 100 degrees in the summer…where else?
“The Faces of the New Europe”. Photographer Mark Abouzeid, with his project to re-enact classic Renaissance paintings with modern immigrants, shows how New Europeans are making Europe wealthier.
For close to a decade, Oman has been one of the best kept secrets of Asian expats and luxury travelers’. Mark Abouzeid returns to Muscat after 7 years to find an Oman making its international debut in fashion, culture and the arts.
Mark Abouzeid collaborated with reknowned anthropologist, Anna Rastrelli, to realize a history of Florence’s Oltarno.
How do you capture the entire character of a culture that has no written record, has lived for centuries in relative isolation and exists in complete harmony with one of the world’s most extreme environments?