Samba

I am interested in UNESCO Human World Cultural Heritages due to the hybrid cultures are also a key part to understand the contemporary human being. As J. Huizinga said: humans have the need to perform games because they help us to break with routine and connect with ourselves. So, in order to understand them, I decided to experience Samba in Rio de Janeiro and Tango at the River Plate region. I self-published a book on each of these. I strongly believe that artists are like adventurers whose need is to know how to use communication tools in order to draw a path and help society to build a better “map” of what it means to be humans. Rio do Janeiro based musicians Mario Seve and Cecilia Stanzione had collaborated in this project as well as Sol Santarsiero, photographer.

"Central Station of Río do Janeiro"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Samba boys"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Scola do Samba"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Scola do Samba"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Scola do Samba"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Amazonian roots"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Favela"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Rio do Janeiro"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"More love, less money"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Carnival Characters"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Bossa nova record store"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Samba da Roda"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Caipirinha"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Samba da Roda"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Grafitti"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
"Carnival stuff"Photography. 30cm x 40cm.
Samba Style bookSamba Style, 80 p. 18cm x 18cm.
Samba Style bookSamba Style, 80 p. 18cm x 18cm.

Samba Style, 80 p. 18cm x 18cm. I.S.B.N : 978-987-33-1720-0. Click here to buy the book.