After releasing the new issue last week of PHOTO Magazine, the ‘Rolling Stones‘ feature has shown a new artistic insight into the renown band’s work over the years. With exclusive pictures of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and the rest of the band at work, at photography shoots and relaxing among scenes such as The French Riviera.
Monika Bacardi, owner of PHOTO Magazine, has demonstrated that the publication will be moving onto its new chapter with plenty of exciting projects including this one of course. PHOTO Magazine is truly displaying to us the true nature of Contempory Art and Photography. (pictures below)
PHOTO Magazine never fails to bring out original, unique features for every edition, with past features including ‘Amateur Photography‘ last month, which brought together young photographers around the world, in one publication to showcase their work, and special features with top models such as Nina Agdal.
The film is about a young Romanian girl who dreams of living within the glamorous world that she sees on Italian soap operas, and after meeting an alleged TV producer in a night club making promises of a new life, things take a turn for the worst.
The February issue of PHOTO Magazine has arrived, the feature for this issue is amateur photographers having the ability to expose their work for a showcase competition as part of PHOTO Magazine.
The owners of the magazine Monika Bacardi and David Swaelens-Kane, have also done an editorial letter for readers introducing the issue and informing readers on the future projects of PHOTO Magazine in 2015.(photo below)
Editorial Letter for February Issue by Monika Bacardi and David Swaelens-Kane
Yesterday, May 23rd, Lady Monika Del Campo Bacardi attended a very important event in Saint Tropez. The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation organized the first Charity Gala of the Summer on the French Riviera. The event took place at the Domain Bertraud Belieu vineyard, at the heart of the St. Tropez peninsula and will rose funds to protect our planet’s last remaining wild areas. Proceeds from the Gala will support global conservation efforts that protect our oceans, forests, wild lands and endangered species.