Cássio Vasconcellos

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Cássio Vasconcellos
Born (1965-09-29) September 29, 1965 (age 48)
São Paulo, Brazil
Nationality Brazilian
Known for Aerial photography Fine-art photography and author

Cássio Vasconcellos (born in São Paulo, Brazil on September 29, 1965) is a Brazilian photographer.

He began his career in 1981 with photographic journalism and artistic projects, specializing in aerial photography,[1] and was a co-founder of Fotospot Gallery in 2011.

Published Books[edit]

  • 2012 - Panorâmicas (Panoramics) - Editora DBA, São Paulo, Brazil[2]
  • 2010 - Aéreas (Aerials) - Editora Terra Virgem, São Paulo, Brazil[3]
  • 2002 - Noturnos São Paulo (Nocturnes São Paulo) - Bookmark, São Paulo, Brazil[4]

Exhibitions[edit]

  • 2013 - Cássio Vasconcellos, Today Art Museum, Peking, China[5]
  • 2011 - “Correspondências Visuais” (Visual Correspondences), with Marcelo Brodsky, Galeria Zipper, São Paulo, Brazil
  • 2011 - “Correspondências Visuais” (Visual Correspondences), with Marcelo Brodsky and Tiago Santana, Centro Cultural Banco do Nordeste, Fortaleza, Brazil
  • 2010 - “Noturnos” (Nocturnes), Prédio Central dos Correios, São Paulo, Brazil.

Awards[edit]

  • 2002 - Best Photography Exhibition of the Year - Associação Paulista de Críticos de Arte (São Paulo Art Critics Association), São Paulo, Brazil
  • 2001 - Porto Seguro Photography Award, São Paulo, Brazil
  • 1999 - J.P. Morgan Photography Award - São Paulo, Brazil
  • 1995 - National Photography Award - FUNARTE, Brazil

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Itaú Cultural Visual Arts Enciclopedia, Cássio Vasconcellos". Itaú Cultural. Retrieved 4 October 2013. 
  2. ^ Vasconcellos, Cássio (2012). Panorâmicas. São Paulo: DBA. ISBN 8572344535. 
  3. ^ Vasconcellos, Cássio (2012). Aéreas (Série Fotógrafos Viajantes). São Paulo: Terra Virgem. ISBN 8585981571. 
  4. ^ Vasconcellos, Cássio (2002). Noturnos, São Paulo. São Paulo: Bookmark. ISBN 8587811045. 
  5. ^ "Brazil’s Minister of Culture Marta Suplicy visits Today Art Museum". 

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