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[June 29, 2012 | No Comment | 4,378 views]
Photography and Empire {by Juan Esteves}

"A delightful collection of essays about photography comes, installs, and mainly influences the Brazilian behavior of the nineteenth century, hence the subtitle 'Landscapes for a modern Brazil'. As was said in the time of Dom Pedro II, book to read in a sitting. "


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[April 23, 2012 | No Comment | 1,692 views]
[Exposure + Release] Paulista Heritage: Coastal and Paraíba Valley

From April 24, Tuesday, the Brazilian House Museum promotes the exhibition and the launch of an iconographic survey of listed buildings in the Coast Paulista and in the Paraíba Valley.


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[March 14, 2012 | No Comment | 3,379 views]
Eric Hiller and the 21st century drama by Juan Esteves {}

"Threatened - Places in risk of the 21st century," the São Paulo photojournalist Eric Hiller - launch tomorrow, the 15th, at 19.30, in the Brazilian House Museum in SP.


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[January 27, 2012 | No Comment | 3,005 views]
[Photobook + video] Welcome Home

After four exhibitions in Brazil and the US, the Welcome Home Series, photographer Gui Mohallem will finally turn book! With fifty images, the work is the result of three visits to the shrine queer, and will also contain a critical text Gabriel Bogossian, a literary test Ismar Neto Tirelli & Mark Visnadi and, finally, the report of a frequenter of the sanctuary.


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[Nov 29, 2011 | No Comment | 2,481 views]
Manuel Alvarez Bravo Fotopoesia ::

It was released in Brazil the book Manuel Alvarez Bravo: fotopoesia, with 374 images of the photographer. The volume has a preface by Colette Alvarez Urbajtel, critical assessment tests signed by the critic and historian of French photography Jean-Claude Lemagny and by novelists John Banville (Irish) and Carlos Fuentes (Mexico), as well as a chronology and complete bibliographies.


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[November 21, 2011 | No Comment | 14,050 views]
Arpoador, Mark Bonisson {by Juan Esteves}

With an edition of carefully engineered images, the book Arpoador, Rio's Mark Bonisson, is not that kind of publication of an already established photographer, where we see something that should not be there, slips of the passionate or elective relationship that artists have with their work.


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[Nov 10, 2011 | One Comment | 5,792 views]
Photo Poche in Brazil by Juan Esteves {}

Collection Photo Poche, one of the largest collections of printed history of world photography, was established in 1982 by the French publisher Robert Delpire through the Centre National de la Photographie, an organization linked to the Ministry of Culture and Communications of France. Since then began to be published in several countries and now, after 150 volumes, arrives in Brazil through the COSAC and Naify, which launched this month its first 5 books dedicated to Henri Cartier-Bresson, Helmut Newton, Elliott Erwitt, Man Ray and Sebastião Salgado, authors who certainly need no introduction ...


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[July 11, 2011 | No Comment | 1,189 views]
not Natasha

Despite the charm in seeing exposed photographs, books fascinate me even more. Are more intimate. Sometimes I look at my bookshelf and choose one of them to keep me company during a moment of pause. Today, with me Not Natasha, the Romanian photographer Dona Popa.


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[June 16, 2011 | No Comment | 919 views]
Paloma al aire

The irreverent Spanish photographer Ricardo Cases presented at the Festival Off PHE his new book and the show Paloma project al aire. Ricardo presents us through his work, sincere pulse beating under the banal surface, Kitsch and little glamorous contemporary Spain.


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[June 16, 2011 | No Comment | 1,337 views]
Illuminance

10 years after publication of three amazing books, Utatane, HANABI, Hanako, Aperture launches new book photographer Rinko Kawauchi Japanese. Illuminance presents new Rinko of photographs taken over the past 15 years. Transcending limitations of space and time, this book quietly inspires and makes us emerge in a fantastic world.


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