With your feet on the ground and your eyes on reality

On the occasion of the new show by Iatã Cannabrava, on view at the Museum of the City of São Paulo, Simonetta Persichetti revisits the photographer's trajectory
"The Maestro", from the series Voyage through the Fantastic, by Boris Kossoy.

an unusual look

Boris Kossoy's photographic production is revisited at the Photography Museum, in Fortaleza. Curated by Diogenes Moura, the exhibition “Estranhamentos” travels through 50 years of Kossoy's records in 92 photographs, some of them unpublished.

First edition of the Imaginary Festival takes photobooks to the historic center of...

Until Sunday (17), the event will bring together more than 30 exhibitors, host exhibitions and promote debates and workshops
Dani Tranchesi

Dani Tranchesi touring the country in a new project

"Seja o que Deus Quiser", the photographer's third book in collaboration with curator Diógenes Moura, will focus on religiosity and Brazilianness; launch is scheduled for the first half of 2023, when there will also be an exhibition
Gilberto Gil at the III Popular Music Festival - São Paulo, SP, 1967 Credit: Walter Firmo / Instituto Moreira Salles Collection

Eyewitness: IMS launches website dedicated to photojournalism

Portal presents the production and career of photographers from different generations and regions of the country
Indigenous to the Guarani people, he walks through the forest at night to fight the fire near Aldeia Tekoa Itakupe in the Jaraguá Indigenous Land, west of São Paulo capital, 2020. Photo: Felipe Beltrame.

The cry of the forests, the eloquence of images

Collective exhibition TURI presents works by 24 photographers who, at different times, recorded the destruction of the Brazilian ecosystem, especially the fires
Rosaria Schifani at her husband's funeral, 1993. Credit: Letizia Battaglia.

Thinking of Letizia Battaglia

Within a month of the death of the Italian photographer, journalist Simonetta Persichetti writes about the life and work of Battaglia
Tokyo, c. 1971. ©Daido Moriyama/Daido Moriyama Photo Foundation.

Daido Moriyama: a retrospective

Around 250 works by influential Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama occupy two floors of Instituto Moreira Salles, in São Paulo.
Cover of Internazionale magazine, with photo by Gleb Garanich.

Is there an apolitical look?

Simonetta Persichetti discusses the aestheticization of war photographs and highlights the importance of reflecting on the images we receive
"The Job Search", 1948. Courtesy Utopian Gallery.

German Lorca's restless and tireless gaze 

One of the great modern photographers in the country, a member of Foto Cine Clube Bandeirante in the 1950s, the São Paulo native left a legacy of more than 70 years transiting through urban records, experimental or advertising photographs.