The phenomenon of the photo-club movement in Brazil has been the subject of several studies over the past few years. When it comes to studies about the movement in São Paulo, the focus is, generally, on the onset of a modern language thank the experimentalism of FCCB representatives and the learning and creation process characteristic of the photo-club scene, which occurred through the observation of the production exhibited in the salons and through participation in internal competitions and photography trips. This production has received great attention by the artistic circle, which has held exhibitions – both collective and individual – […]
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