São Paulo, São Paulo - State of São Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian Photographer, Bacharel in International Relations, Master in Education, Art and Cultural History. Professor of design studies at Instituto Europeo di Design and Art Director of Aesthetist Magazine.
“Bruno follows a long line of landscape photographers who extensively travelled to capture the authenticity of nature and man’s place in it. His photographs bring to mind among other things Ansel Adams and Group f/64 who during the 1930’s and 1940’s strove to achieve “pure photography” in reaction to pictorialism, a movement that was seen as aiming to “create” an image instead of “recording” it. In this sense, Bruno’s transition from fashion to landscape photography can also be interpreted as an equivalent attempt to find beauty and truth in the natural instead of the artificial, in the chanced upon instead of the staged.”
Words by Eric David / YATZER
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