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Bruno Candiotto
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Bruno follows a long line of landscape photographers who extensively travelled to capture the authenticity of nature and man’s place in it. His photographs bring to mind among other things Ansel Adams and Group f/64 who during the 1930’s and 1940’s strove to achieve ‘pure photography’ in reaction to Pictorialism, a movement that was seen as aiming to ‘create’ an image instead of ‘recording’ it...
— Yatzer
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The art of Bruno’s photography lies in the fact it displays the simplicity of life. Demonstrating how a simple composition of a seascape can be so mesmeric, diverse and rich in texture. Finding the beauty in undiscovered or unusual places, through the baron dunes and dusty rock faces of South America, to initiate a powerful urge to explore...
— Opumo
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Candiotto’s photos are simply mesmerising... He successfully tips his hat to the designers of Brasília while establishing himself as a distinguished photographer...
— Minimalissimo
 
Bruno Candiotto uses the art of photography as a tool to capture what he calls “o cheiro da minha vida” – “a smell of his life.” These words reveal the essence of his photography, putting it in the context of his carefully considered and ever-expanding visual projects...
— Aésthetic Magazine