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Tuti Maioli Neto

Tuti Maioli Neto

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Profession: Journalist-Photographer
Location: Canoa Quebrada , Brazil
Home base: Bern, Switzerland
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Languages spoken: german, italian, portuguese, english
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Last login: 4 months ago
Member since: 13 Feb 2006 10:02

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Born in Jacarezinho, Paraná, Brazil. 
Journalist and Phototographer living in St. Gallen, Switzerland.
Correspondent for newspapers online: "O plano B (Brazil) “Mais Brasil” (Switzerland), “Fotografia Contemporânea”(Brazil), “Photos” (Brazil), “Fotosite” (Brazil), Magazine “Top View” ( Brazil), “Pulp” (Brazil", “More” (Brazil)
Event "Parahyba Digital (2006, Paraíba, Brazil). Photograph agent (Horst Friedrichs).Photos
for the Jazz Band “Michael Neff” (2006, Jazzclub Moods, Zurich, Switzerland)and “Markus Bischof”(CD To Scana), Nordklang Festival (2007 and 2008 St. Gallen, Switzerland). Photos for CD booklet “Songs from the present” (Peter Waters and Michael Neff). Exhibition “Urbanas”, Galerie Die Schwelle, St. Gallen, Switzerland

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SERGEY BRATKOV

07.06.2008 – 24.08.2008

Five years on from our retrospective exhibition of Ukrainian artist Boris Mikhailov (in 2003) the Fotomuseum Winterthur now presents another leading Russian-Ukrainian artist of the next generation: Sergey Bratkov (born 1960). The exhibition includes some 130 works, giving a deep insight into Bratkov’s photographic oeuvre since 1990. Socially critical, politically motivated and yet with a lyrical edge, his photographs are a direct and at times unsparing portrayal of everyday life since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Bratkov, who was born in the Ukrainian industrial city of Kharkov, lays bare the obsolete ideological clichés of the Soviet era and the newfound muscle-flexing capitalist drive of the east in scenes that occasionally evoke a strident theatre of the new reality. His documentary portraits of secretaries, soldiers, former seamen, steelworkers, homeless children and women who want to start a family cite the hallmarks of nationalistic socialism by ostensibly classifying individuals in stereotype images. But what Sergey Bratkov seeks in his portraiture is not the conformity of the group, behind which the individual might be able to hide. Instead, his photographs launch a provocative jibe at post-Soviet society by deliberately flouting aesthetic and moral taboos. By heightening the scenes he observes with irony and subjectivity, Sergey Bratkov invents a new form of Socialist Realism in his photographs, unmasking critical socialism as fictitious and ideologically defunct. The exhibition is curated by Thomas Seelig.
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Fotomuseum Winterthur
Grüzenstrasse 44 + 45
CH-8400 Winterthur (Zurich)

Telephone +41 52 234 10 60
Infoline +41 52 234 10 34
Fax + 41 52 233 60 97
E-Mail fotomuseum@fotomuseum.ch

07 Jun 2008 23:06 | 0 replies

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