Eder Chiodetto has a Masters in Communication and Arts from the University of Sao Paulo (USP). He is an independent curator of photography and video. Eder Chiodetto. The Brazilian nation arose based on a complex blend of peoples and cultures. Due to historical circumstances, every Brazilian is a multifaceted. 6 results for Books: “Eder Chiodetto”. Product Details German Lorca (Em Portugues do Brasil). Jan 1, by Eder Chiodetto (Org.).

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Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Jesulene Ribeiro announced to everyone that I was officially a member of that community.

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As I was re-reading the transcript of our interview Chiiodetto realized that, in this case, no one better than the author could describe his own experience in creating this book. I fell in love with the theme. You are commenting using your Twitter account. That was when I took this theme for myself and which I may take for the rest of my life.

The leader is called Decurion and they hold a political role over these people and the community. The rituals are similar all over the country, including their songs. Today I am a photographer and have left all the rest behind.


About the Penitents, the majority cannot read or write and the songs are passed on orally. This integration can only come through the codes of art. I photograph him every year.

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By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. I was taken by that. The methodic research of such a complex theme as the Brazilian religious manifestations has transformed; him and his photographic work. Some of the pilgrims believed that Juazeiro is the New Jerusalem and that the world will end there. That woke me aesthetically for they wear blue robes with crosses painted on the back, carrying small flags.

I start to get closer to people, I photograph them from 1 meter distance. That was just fantastic; it got stuck in my mind. I like to be involved in projects that take years to mature before being exhibited. Later I was influenced by an uncle who lives in Rio, Andre Costa dos Santos, who had a manual camera and taught me how to use it. When I am with the Penitents I am part of the group.

It is the fragility of holding on to something. Some of them have already set a date. My evolution from a documentarian to an artist happened when I started being more integrated with groups. And finally at age 17 I got my first camera, a Nikon N I put the titles and texts about them far away so people could be inside the images — not having to worry about identifying them. My first exhibition was a collective inwith Fernando Del Pretti.


To be with these people, photograph them and talk to them, just increases my faith, even if they are of a different religion than my own.

Of course I have never lied to them, but I feel like being one of them anyway. I am Kardecist now, but I was a Catholic before. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Belem carries a lot of prejudice, and this exhibit was a way to thinking and talking about it.

This site uses cookies. The first individual exhibition was not until 10 years later. The souls are hungry and their food is prayer. A lot of blood came out of her back. I guess one of the reasons was to escape a little from the formality of law school.

They give me knowledge.

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