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Giorgio Mugnai

My own private Brazil. Mainly my love for geometry and architecture and wondering. Most images done in Brasilia which I think is visually unknown to the public.

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Mario Victor Bergo Crosta

Chance. Humans have a huge tendency to seek motivations for a chance. When we hear a story about a mugging that ended with the death of the victim, the first thing we ask is “but did the guy react?” Trying to find a justification for that tragedy.

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FĂĄbio Andrade

Streets, subway stations, cemeteries, people, mainly people and their sensibilities, their moments spiked in the city of SĂŁo Paulo, Brazil registered at random and eternalized in these black and white.

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Diego Herculano

Children of an Invisible Brazil. Over the years, I have visited some favelas in Brazil and recorded the daily lives of some children in this universe. Childhood is extremely important in the social development of people, it is there that we shape our character, so I believe.

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TĂșlio Cerquize

An extension of the body. The camera is an extension to the street photographer’s body. You need to carry one everywhere you go. The photos you make start reflecting on your daily life and own personality. That makes you vulnerable too.

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Fernando José Zerbinati Cologi

Color in chaos. Street photography was the way I found to face my internal conflicts, which disturb me daily. But more than that, the idea of ​​walking, aimlessly, brings a great feeling, within a world of speed where cars matter more than lives.

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Vitor Damasio

São Paulo. From head to toe I photographed my city, São Paulo, a gigantic city, with dangers like any other city, but with its excellent locations, buildings and bundles of light and reflections. Cliché but I inspire myself in it, and walk through it.

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Helio Milani Jr

A living city. Living in SĂŁo Paulo, the metropolis is an alpha global city, and the most populous in Brazil. Having the largest economy in Latin America, and the Southern Hemisphere.

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Gustavo Minas

BrasĂ­lia, DF. For me, street photography is about transforming reality into one’s own world, into personal fiction. The streets of Brasilia, where I live, are often very empty, boring and little prone to human interaction.

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