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March 31, 2012

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Final words: Vik Muniz (Brazil)

Vik Muniz describes himself as a product of a military dictatorship. Born and raised in Brazil, the photographer ended up in Brooklyn in the 1980´s, where he has lived and worked ever since. Muniz searched back to the stamping ground when he made his world-famous portrait series;  “Pictures of Garbage.”

It is really unnecessary to enlarge more on Vik Muniz. Most people know him after the great success of the the multi-award winning documentary; Waste Land.

“Marat (Sebastiao)” by Vik Muniz, 2008.  He created portraits of the “catadores” (the catadores are the individuals who work at the site separating recyclable materials from general waste) 

Photographs taken from The New York Times

As you readers might have notice, this month has been dedicated to recycled art; waste, garbage, junk and trash. So I thought it was appropriated to end the month with Vik Muniz´s words.

After living…

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