Google Art Project showcases Constance photographer Bamba Sourang

Bamba Sourang
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Photographer Bamba Sourang, who has been working with Constance Hotels & Resorts for a number of years, has been chosen to feature in the launch of the latest phase of the Google Art Project.

Bamba Sourang's beach photography

Bamba Sourang’s beach photography

The Google Cultural Institute analysed the work of thousands of artists from across Europe and selected just 45 to launch this new phase, including Sourang. With this new phase, the Google Art Project will now include all aspects of the art world.

Bamba Sourang’s work with Constance

Born in Senegal and living in France, Sourang has dedicated his life to travelling the world and capturing images which embody the places he’s visited.

It is this unique vision which led us to commission the young photographer, and he has captured moments of pure beauty across each of our hotels and resorts in Mauritius, Seychelles, Maldives and Madagascar.

Alongside his photography, Sourang has developed a uniquely personal artistic style to create beautifully abstract and emotive works and it is these works which have caught the attention of the Google Cultural Institute.

Bamba Sourang captures the luxury of the Constance villas

Bamba Sourang captures the luxury of the Constance villas

Constance Hotels & Resorts will be supporting Sourang when he exhibits his work in Mauritius next year.

Google Art Project

The Google Art Project, which already includes all the major museums and cultural centres, is now looking to include a database of all artists, galleries, collectors and patrons across the world.

This latest phase, launched on 11 December 2013 in Paris, is to make arts from around the world accessible to everyone through the Google Art Project portal to include virtual tours, photos, videos and a range of other interactive media.

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