Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Peter Bauza is a German Photographer within the documentary and storytelling world. He is very committed to social and geopolitical issues related to conservation, global health, diminishing cultures, sustainability and the environment. He resides between South America and Europe now more than 20 years, frequently also traveling to Africa.
His life-long respect for multicultural viewpoints fueled by the fluency in five languages also afforded him opportunities. Peter’s work has been published and exhibited internationally.
Peter got the international award World Press Photo 2017 for contemporary stories as well as the Visa D’or 2016 for features. Furthermore, Peter has received multiple awards and honorable mentions from POY Lat, American Photography, Hansel-Mieth, Latin American Fotografia, Los DIEZ by Epson, Px3 Prix de la Photographie Paris, Days Japan, MIFA-Moscow International Photo Awards, IPA International Photo Award, among others.
Peter’s work has been exhibited in Galleries, Cultural Spaces, Museums and Galleries in Perpignan (Visa), Paris, Siena, Daejeon (Korea), Milano, Molaa, Quito, Moscow, Salta, Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires. He has been also published on Aftenposten, New York Mag, LA NACION, Leica M Magazine, LFI, Marie Claire, Volkskrant, Stern, NZZ, doc! Magazine, Vrij, Days Japan, NYT Lens, Courrier International, Vanity Fair, VSD, Alma Magazine, ParisMatch, Clarin, El Federal, Die Zeit, DOUBLETruck, DF(Duzy) among others.
He is the author of the book „Copacabana Palace“, a sharing life with the “sem teto, sem terra” (roof and landless) in Rio de Janeiro. Generally hidden from view, they represent the dark side of Brazil’s multibillion-dollar spending spree on global sporting events, financial/political and corruption crisis.
2017 - Selected Awards and Hon.Mentions
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