The Foto Protesto movement is more than a collective. It is a public statement of dissatisfaction and a call for action against the irresponsible behavior of the political class. The thirty photographers in this group understand the urgency of not forgetting the motivations of society and, to visually represent their indignation, occupying public space in São Paulo with photographs.
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