Cristiano Madureira
For S/N #19

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Photographer Cristiano Madureira brings a different approach to the “wave” theme of the new issue of S/N with a story photographed at Gregório Motta’s surfboard shop in São Paulo. Gregório is model Max Motta’s brother and son of renowned furniture designer Carlos Motta. You can view more of his work at Aerofish.

 

Brazil By Massimo Vitali In
The New York Times Magazine

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The latest issue of The New York Times Magazine features Brazil on its cover, along with a series of stunning photographs by Massimo Vitali. Make sure to view the complete portfolio shot in Lençois Maranhenses, Niterói, Rio, and São Paulo, on The New York Times online.

 

The 2013 Pirelli Calendar
Shot In Rio de Janeiro




Pictures of the 2013 Pirelli Calendar photographed by Steve McCurry have been released today, and with a big surprise: no nudity like in past years. The calendar, which was photographed in Rio, features Brazilian models Adriana Lima and Isabeli Fontana, actress Sonia Braga, and singer Marisa Monte, as well as scenes from daily life in the city and even street art. View more pictures here and watch the behind the scenes video after the break.

 

SP-Arte/Foto Opens Today
At JK Iguatemi In São Paulo



SP-Arte/Foto, the most important photography fair in Latin America, launches tonight at JK Iguatemi, São Paulo’s newest luxury shopping center, which opened in July of this year. The sixth edition of the fair features over 750 works from 20 renowned Brazilian and international galleries, and will be open to the public from tomorrow until November 11. Sponsored by Iguatemi, this is the first time SP-Arte/Foto will be held at JK Iguatemi’s event space and terrace. Admission is free, so make sure to check it out.

 

20 Pictures From The
30th Bienal de São Paulo



If you happen to be in São Paulo before December 9th, make sure to visit the 30th Bienal de São Paulo at the Bienal Pavillion in Ibirapuera Park. This year’s show sprawls across the three floors of the building, featuring a vast selection of pieces by Arthur Bispo do Rosário, as well as the largest compilation of pictures by photographer Alair Gomes I have seen in person. If that alone wasn’t worth the trip, the Museum of Modern Art next to the Bienal Pavillion is host to forty two works by Adriana Varejão, one of the most acclaimed Brazilian contemporary artists, in her first retrospective to date. The exhibit will be on display until December 16th, and it is the strongest show I have visited in São Paulo this year.

Admission to the 30th Bienal de São Paulo is free. View more pictures after the break.