• Ettore Spalletti

    Ettore Spalletti

    Cappelle Sul Tavo, PE, Italia, b. 1940

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  • Miguel Rio Branco

    Miguel Rio Branco

    Las Palmas, Espanha, b. 1946
    Miguel Rio Branco (1946) currently lives and works in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In 1966, he studied at the New York Institute of Photography and, in 1968 at the School of Industrial Design in Rio de Janeiro. During the 1980s Miguel Rio Branco was acclaimed internationally for his films and photographs in the form of awards, publications and exhibitions such as the Grand Prize of the First Triennial of Photography Museum of Modern Art in Sao Paulo and the Prix Kodak de la Critique Photographique in 1982 France, which was split with two other photographers. His photographic work has been presented in several exhibitions in the last 20 years as the Centre George Pompidou, Paris, Sao Paulo Biennial, 1983; at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1989; at the Palazzo Fortuny, Venice, 1988; Burden Gallery, Aperture Foundation, New York, 1986; Magnum Gallery, Paris, 1985; MASP, São Paulo; Photogallery FUNARTE, Rio de Janeiro, 1988; Kunstverein Frankfurt, in Prospect in 1996; Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro, 1996. Miguel Rio Branco has directed 14 short films and photographed eight long features. His most recent work as director of photography can be seen in the 1988 film, “An Avenue Called Brazil” by Otavio Bezerra. He won the award for best cinematographer for his work in “Living Memory” by Otavio Bezerra and “Abolition” of Zozimo Bulbul Film Festival of Brazil in 1988. He also directed and photographed seven experimental films and two videos, including “When I die I will take nothing, those who owe me I will charge in hell” which won the award for best cinematography at the Film Festival of Brasilia and the Special Jury Prize and International Critics Award at the XI International Festival of Documentary and Short of Lille, France in 1982. Rio Branco’s photographs were published in various magazines like Stern, National Geographic, Geo, Aperture, Photo Magazine, Europeo, Paseante. “Sudor Dulce Amargo”, the first book of Rio Branco was published in 1985 by the Economic Culture Fund, Mexico. The second, “Nakta” with a poem by Louis Calaferte was published in 1996 by the Cultural Foundation of Curitiba. In 1998 he released two books: Miguel Rio Branco, with essay by David Levi Strauss, published by Aperture and Silent Book, by Cosac Naify. Miguel Rio Branco is present in various national and international public and private collections, including the following institutions: Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro, Museum of Modern Art in Sao Paulo, the Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo, Centre George Pompidou, Paris, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the Museum of Photographic Arts of San Diego and the Metropolitan Museum of New York.

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  • Pablo López Luz

    Pablo López Luz

    Mexico City, Mexico, b. 1979
    He studied his Master in Fine Arts in the University of New York, and in the International Center of Photography in New York City. At 2005, the Cultural City Hall of Madrid gives him the Velázquez Scholarship. He has had exhibitions in Fondation Cartier, in Paris. Arróniz Comtemporary Art Gallery,  Museo de Archivo Fotográfico, Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome, Sasha Wolf Gallery, in the International Center of Photography, New York, Museo del Chopo, Sommerset House, London, Arles Photography Festival (La Roquette) in France. He was the winner of the Syngenta Photography Awards, in the Photography  Competition in Alt. + 10000, Rossiniere, Switzerland. He earned the scholarship Jóvenes Creadores in FONCA and is part of several colecctiones like Mellon Bank Colecction, Stanislas Poniatwosky Photography Collection, Museum of Modern Art of San Francisco, Anna Gamazo de Abelló Latinamerica Photography Colecction, Foundation Vergel Colecction, Jacques and Natasha Gelman Colecction, Museo de Arte Moderno, Museo Carrilo Gil México. He currently lives and work in Mexico City.

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  • Aleksandar Zaar

    Aleksandar Zaar

    Mannheim, Alemania, b. 1971
    Through seriality and repetition, Aleksandar Zaar questions identity, the passage of time, and memory. In his compositions Zaar attempts to reveal what is hidden or invisible. A notion of absence runs throughout his body of work.

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