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BRAZIL GRAFFITI LOOKING FORWARD TO A BETTER FUTURE

Brazil graffiti is a folk art form that has started to become popular in city streets in recent years Wang We

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Brazil graffiti is a folk art form that has started to become popular in city streets in recent years. Wang Weiguang, a photographer who has been residing abroad in Brazil for many years has noticed the changes of Brazil graffiti in recent two years. Brazil graffiti is no longer indiscriminately painted urban garbage, instead, it has started to step into an artistic development trends. Brazil graffiti is featured with very bright colors. Graffiti artists have manifested relatively high artistic level and avant-garde artistic conceptions in their street graffiti paintings.

The big changes of graffiti have attracted extensive attention from Brazilian society because people noticed that those vivid and lively graffiti are closely related to their life. Wang Weiguang, as a photographer, started to notice this social phenomenon, recording the graffiti world thorough images, trying to reveal the relationship between graffiti, society and people in the lively and

“outlier” graffiti environment.

In recent years’ graffiti feature photography, Wang Weiguang deeply felt that Brazilians not only accept graffiti as a form of art, but also connect graffiti with their family, love and their hope and expectations for a better life. The 25 Brazil graffiti photography works by Wang Weiguang have guided audiences into Brazil’ graffiti world, which objectively presenting Brazilians’ catharsis of emotions, graffiti and various people’s behaviors through images of panorama, medium and close-up shot. The images “on the scene” have become the epitome of today’s Brazil. Photography languages have indicated the connotation of Brazilian’s life.


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