Daniel Yonekubo is a self-taught Brazilian photographer who uses photography as a way of expression. His works are based on his reflections and daily experiences, where he seeks to understand the beauty of feelings such as the pain of loss and fear in a subjective way, so that he can show his viewer something totally intimate and poetic. His work is developed in the field of Fine Art Photography and has as its main visual inspiration elements of the Pictorialist Movement and also works by Baroque and Dutch authors.
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