Marcelo Oséas is a documentary photographer resident in São Paulo city (Brazil). At first, he studied Economics Science at the University of São Paulo, specializing in Social Welfare Policies, acting in big Brazilian companies, as well as in the third sector. Fully migrated to photography in 2012.
His production is related to Latin American autochthonous artistic expressions, as well as traditional cultures, such as indigenous, caiçara and Andina. Marcelo researches continuously the processes of assimilation by the consumer society of the native cultural elements, with its consequent integration or elimination.
Publications, prizes and exhibitions:
2015: Collective exhibition at V National Photographic Art Salon from São Caetano do Sul with his photo “Contato Inicial”;
2016: Joined as a permanent member at LensCulture Awards, due to his prominence ranking among photographers from 141 countries;
2017: Launched his first book (self-published) "Agridoce Agrestino";
2018: Finalist at the Paraty in Foco, Brazil's biggest photography award;
2018: Collective exhibition at Tiradentes Creative Weekend, along with Brazil's most prominent designers, showcasing photos of local artisans;
2019: Solo exhibition at Yankatu Gallery, entitled "Uma Crônica Munduruku".
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