Ruben Vicente Art Collections
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Artwork by Ruben Vicente
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Fishmonger cleaning his knives in Tsukiji Fish Market by Ruben Vicente
Soviet era Lada car near a pond in Gyumri by Ruben Vicente
Andre and Vardanush sharing stories from World War II at their h by Ruben Vicente
House by the lake by Ruben Vicente
Man by the train window by Ruben Vicente
Sunset over Porto by Ruben Vicente
Santo Ildefonso tiled church by Ruben Vicente
Waves at Grota beach by Ruben Vicente
Soviet memorial of the period 1941 to 1945 in Gyumri by Ruben Vicente
Statue in honor of factory workers in Gyumri by Ruben Vicente
Krafla fumaroles at sunset by Ruben Vicente
Abandoned industry equipment in a field by Ruben Vicente
Man walking at Marrakech medina by Ruben Vicente
Woman walking in an alley of Fes by Ruben Vicente
Cityscape view over Hong Kong by Ruben Vicente
Ding Ding at Des Voeux road in Hong Kong Central by Ruben Vicente
Central Mid Level passageway by Ruben Vicente
People in front of Skogafoss by Ruben Vicente
Hverir fumarole by Ruben Vicente
Cooking with a wok at Bangkok's Chinatown by Ruben Vicente
Women attending the Holi festival in a village close to Mathura by Ruben Vicente
Crucified Christ sculpture at Braga Cathedral by Ruben Vicente
Sunset at Lagoa do Peixinho by Ruben Vicente
Edge of Ribeira do Alem by Ruben Vicente
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About Ruben Vicente
I am a photographer from Lisbon, Portugal, with a keen interest in telling visual stories about the world we live in.
What drives me is curiosity. The same curiosity that drove me to take a graduate degree in physics and the same curiosity that keeps me pushing to travel, to read, to listen, to see, to learn. I get equally fascinated by the chaos of large cities and the quietness of mountains, the daily life in remote villages and an erupting volcano, the calls to prayer and the birds singing, all an integral part of what surrounds us. It is a personal journey, one that I find most successful when I am able to tell a story through my images and in some way to communicate and interact with the viewer.
Photography is an ever learning process for me. I have been lucky to have good mentors along the way but I keep studying on a regular basis to learn, to be inspired and to believe I can keep growing as a photographer and human being.