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b. 1944, Brazil

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Trespassing in the World's Most Remote Landscapes with Sebastião Salgado, Far-Flung Photographer Related Press Trespassing in the World's Most Remote Landscapes with Sebastião Salgado, Far-Flung Photographer 6 February 2017, W Magazine

The Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado has traveled to well over 100 countries over the last three decades, immersing himself in far-flung communities for weeks at a time. His trademark black-and-white photograph series have documented everything from the lives of manual laborers across the globe (India's irrigation canals, Poland's...

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'The world we live in: through the lens of contemporary photography' presented by Sundaram Tagore Gallery and Collective 88 in partnership with Ayala Museum  Related Press 'The world we live in: through the lens of contemporary photography' presented by Sundaram Tagore Gallery and Collective 88 in partnership with Ayala Museum

Sundaram Tagore Gallery and Collective 88, in partnership with Ayala Museum, present 'The World We Live In: Through the Lens of Contemporary Photography', a specially curated exhibition that portrays how contemporary photographers document and interpret the world around us, creating images that are both aesthetically thrilling and deeply...

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The Power Of Realism Related Press The Power Of Realism 18 December 2014, Edmund Lee for The South China Morning Post / 18 December 2014

Photographer Sebastião Salgado on the power of realism in his Hong Kong show at Sundaram Tagore Gallery Hong Kong.

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Portrait Of An Artist: Sebastião Salgado At Cannes 2014 Related Press Portrait Of An Artist: Sebastião Salgado At Cannes 2014 22 May 2014, Andrew Pulver for The Guardian / 20 May 2014

Sebastião Salgado is the Brazilian photographer whose nightmarish pictures of teeming, dirt-swamped gold miners electrified the world's media in the mid-1980s. Now 70, Salgado has had his life story told by the joint force of his own son Juliano and Wim Wenders, and it's a story that has turned out to have its own uplifting dynamic and...

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Sebastião Salgado'S 'Genesis' At National Museum, Singapore Related Press Sebastião Salgado'S 'Genesis' At National Museum, Singapore 3 May 2014, Edmund Lee / Time Out Singapore

Genesis, which took eight years to complete starting from 2004, Salgado combines an artist’s eye with an attention to detail acquired from his extensive training as a photojournalist, and roams the globe to document the eco-regions of the planet, from Africa and the Amazon to Alaska and Siberia. The 248 works on display will be divided into...

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