Nine Brazilian Photographers You Need to Follow

Originally posted on LightBox:

I see Brazil as a series of clashes — clashes of culture, ethnicity and philosophies. Clashes that generate a terrible, and yet-to-be tamed energy that has been given life to a complex society. Among the skyscrapers of the megalopolis and the trees of the Amazonia forest beats the heart of a multicultural country that is progressively learning to exploit the power of diversity. Contemporary photography takes possessions of these elements and emotions, becoming a solid instrument for new generations and a language to document the multifaceted angles of Brazilian society, its contrasts and renewed identity.

Contemporary photography in Brazil is colorful.

João Castilho (Belo Horizonte, 1978) approaches documentary subjects such as family, life and nature with saturated tones, surreal atmospheres and a very personal point of view. A project that best represents his photography is Whirlwind, a beautiful phantasmagoric and colorful view of the Sertão, a sub-region of the northeast of Brazil. Color is also…

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#PHOTOGRAPHY Magazine x Open Doors Gallery

To celebrate the release of #PHOTOGRAPHY Magazine issue 10, we teamed up with Open Doors Gallery and curated their artzine “The Journal”. The theme…the best of #PHOTOGRAPHY, a compilation of selected photographers previously featured in past issues that we believe show what #PHOTOGRAPHY is all about.

See it here

On top of that, Zeren Badar from issue 10 is doing a #PHOTOGRAPHY Mag takeover on their instagram this week, head over to their feed to check it out! He’s pretty damn good if I do say so myself…