Stuart Cantor Captures a Summer in Spain

Photo series ‘Marbella Club Days’ and ‘Balearic Bliss’ on view at Marbella Club and Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay

'Poolside at Villa del Mar' by Stuart Cantor
'Poolside at Villa del Mar' by Stuart Cantor
'The Merc or The Moke' by Stuart Cantor
'The Merc or The Moke' by Stuart Cantor

By Amulya Hiremath on 09.01.21

In his first ever physical photography exhibition, Australian photographer Stuart Cantor explores two iconic Spanish sceneries through his trademark vintage-tinged lens. Shot in 2019, ‘Marbella Club Days’ and ‘Balearic Bliss’ series will be on display at Marbella Club Hotel and Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay.

'Andalusian Afternoons' by Stuart Cantor
'Andalusian Afternoons' by Stuart Cantor
'Andalusian Oasis' by Stuart Cantor
'Andalusian Oasis' by Stuart Cantor

Open for viewing till the end of September, ‘Marbella Club Days’ features a collection of 18 photographs, capturing the timeless spirit of the Spanish resort. At Nobu Ibiza Bay, 16 first edition prints that form ‘Balearic Bliss’, will also be on view around the property until the end of the season.

In deep greens and bright pops of red, old-world charm and laid-back glamour, lazy pools days and clear water, all spring to life in Stuart’s photographs. His take on the Spanish coastline, is undeniably reminiscent of celebrity photographer Slim Aarons’ early works, but with a contemporary twist. Photographs from both the collections are available for purchase at the hotels.

'Nobu Ibiza Bay' by Stuart Cantor
'Nobu Ibiza Bay' by Stuart Cantor
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