I have always been fascinated by the manual work of those people who daily, 30 days a month, 365 days a year are hard, but tenderly with their hands and arms.
And, there is no greater example of this work than in a porcelain articles factory. In this case, the Monte Sião Porcelain factory, in the city of Monte Sião, MG-Brasil.
In general terms, each one of us writes things about topics that we like, which we value. As a photographer, I write not only about my photography, but about other artists-photographers that I admire, who have works that most impact me, and this is the case of this post: I want to write to say about what impacts me the most, what brings me the most excitement in his work, which I would call, photojournalist-photographer-artist-social scientist North American, named Matt Black. Continue reading “What impresses me the most about Matt Black’s photography.”→
Well sooner than I could have imagined I will do my first photographic exhibition with black and white photographs of my project in progress called Rural Workers or simply “Rurals”. Continue reading “Photographic exhibition”→
This is serious what I am going to say now: my photography almost always begins as a form of joke. It seems contradictory, but then it may seem serious, but it’s still a form of fun. Continue reading “I photograph for pure fun”→
“If anyone asks me what time is, I immediately declare my ignorance: I do not know. I hear the beating of the pendulum clock right now, and the answer seems to be there. And if the mirror shows me that I am not who I was a year ago, it will not tell me what the time is.Just what time does.” (José Saramago)Continue reading “‘Time and Patience’ (José Saramago)”→