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Tijuca Forest X Photograph - Limited Edition of 7

Antonio Schubert


Photography, Digital on Paper

Size: 31.5 W x 39.4 H x 0 D in

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The city of Rio de Janeiro has a singular relief, historically expanded right between the sea and several mountains, such as Corcovado and Sugar Loaf. We have here the largest urban forest of the world, Tijuca Forest. The entire state is cut by mountain chains that still preserve, in some areas, forests that date back to the discovery of Brazil. These landscapes have filled my imagination since I was a child, when I sat in the back of the car with my parents traveling to the countryside to visit my grandparents along roads set on cliffs that to me, seemed very dangerous! In my imagination, the mountain that I saw in Rio on the way to school was the same one I saw 60 miles away from the city. Everything for me was a dream of mountains and forests. Fine Art photographic printed on fine art Giclée cotton paper Canson Baryta Photographique 310g using archival pigment link. Limited edition print signed and numbered by the artist.

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Photography:Digital on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:7

Size:31.5 W x 39.4 H x 0 D in

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Brazilian, I live and work in the city of Rio de Janeiro. Photography for me is contemplation. But despite a personality given to the observation of the attitudes and reactions of others in various everyday situations, I only started to photograph in 2008. I am interested in photography that has an affectionate eye over all things, whether it is the one that approaches the human being as an individual or as an element inserted in the landscape, which manifests itself as a pure concept, which is remembrance, amazement or insufficiency. But I can photograph jelly beans. The yellow ones, if I'm given the choice. Since 2012 I have settled in the Bhering factory, in the port area of ​​the city of Rio de Janeiro, where I seek to develop new activities as a photographer and establish partnerships in the area of ​​Creative Economy, such as Design Week Rio, "Buda de Fora", "Fábrica Aberta", SOMA and Internal Circuit, events that bring together visual artists inside and outside the factory, with open studios and works, portfolios and creation processes presented directly to the public by the participants.

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