Archival Giclée print, 425 mm x 301 mm with white borders.
Edition of 9 (+2 APs).
Signed & numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
Framing available on request.
The image was taken in Portugal in August 2019, while I was exploring the back streets of Belém, a neighbourhood in Lisbon. The encounters of shadows and light, the charming architecture, the vivid colours, they all contributed to a kind of daydream experience. Fernando Pessoa, one of Lisbon’s most famous residents once said, "Literature is the most agreeable way of ignoring life". Combining everyday images is my way of inventing a scene and a world yet nevertheless ignoring life too.
W 55.00 cm x H 39.00 cm
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About the Artist
As a Journalism graduate, I began my career as a photojournalist in my native Brazil. Working mainly for newspapers, I had the opportunity to photograph a complex, vibrant and chaotic society. In 2011 I jumped into freelancing and moved to London where I continue to document the environments arou...