Recently, I was invited to the India Art Fair and if you have been following me on Instagram, you would know photography and art have always had my eyes (& a part of my soul too). India Art Fair being South Asia’s largest contemporary art fair, there was artists galore under one roof. Artists from around the globe had their art installations up to give a visual treat to our eyes.
About Le Meridien Hotels and Resorts
Le Meridien Hotels and Resorts have been known for connecting art with their globally diverse portfolio. Being a Paris born, the brand has been true to it’s essence and hence engaged many curious & creative-minded travellers. Being inclined towards art, Le Meridien’s collaboration with the India Art Fair is no surprise. This was their sixth consecutive year partnering with them.
The Le Meridien hub at India Art Fair showcased and honored the work of photographer Lucie Robinson. Lucie along with four more artists travelled to destinations around the world to bring brand’s newest “Follow me” programme to life.
Follow Me campaign
Follow Me is a pictorial journal of five artists to capture the playful sophistication of Le Meridien properties in various destinations across the globe. All the artists beautifully captured the brand’s European heritage through their creative lens. Keeping in mind the glamorous travel era of the 60’s, the artists captured the very romance of travelling and unlocked destinations playfully with their rouge lens.
Lucie was selected to capture the essence of Delhi & highlight city’s culture. “India is one of my most favourite destinations to travel to and work at, and I am thrilled to have associated with Le Meriden for this project. I have been to the country before, but this first-time Delhi experience rekindled my love for India. Now I am quite excited to capture the rich heritage and culture of Delhi through my lens.” said Lucie Robinson.
Sharing below some of the spectacular pictures from portfolio of Prague born portrait and fashion photographer Lucie Robinson.
Image courtesy – Lucie Robinson