Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK
Marta Soul is a Spanish photographer based on England. She produces visual reflections on the interactions between different cultural topics, like the aesthetics of identity (the appearance), the emotions and social behaviours.
She has achieved a number of awards and art grants since 2003, like AENA (2011) Photography Award, Fotopress07 (2007) Grant and Best Foreign Photographer Award in Pingyao International Photography Festival (2008). Her pictures have been exhibited in art centres and fairs in United States and Spain, as well as many other European countries and Asia. Selected samples of her artwork are included in private collections located in USA and Spain, as well as public institutions and museums like Alcobendas Art Centre, University of Salamanca Photography Centre, Univeristy of Cadiz, and La Caixa Foundation, between others. She is represented by Kopeikin Gallery (Los Angeles) and Black Eye Gallery (Sydney, Australia).
Her work has been published in El Pais, La Repubblica, Times Magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, Harper’s Bazaar, Matador and Io Donna (between others).
Other selected publications: Estética doméstica, Madrid, Blur, 2006; Idilios, Madrid, Universidad de Cádiz, 2013; Welljob, selfpublished, 2014.