After Zone1, Anti-Humans and Afro-Fem, French-Hungarian photographer Pol Kurucz presents his fourth supercharged series, Poor Billionaires, inspired by the deep social void in Brazil. The only glimpse rich and poor Brazilians have of each other’s lives is through the distorted prism of soap operas and social media. A miner will never get to spend a night in a hotel, manual...
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