/ 2018 / Fine Art / Architecture
The photographs in this series contrast with the world we live in, which is filled with images saturated with information and colors. They seek out visual refuges in urban landscapes, also polluted by excesses. Minimalist, with few geometric elements expressed in faded colors, "Minimal Poetics" takes architecture as a photographic object to evoke pauses and silences.
Jose Roberto Bassul is an architect and photographer. Born in Rio de Janeiro, he lives in Brasilia, Brazil. His favorite subjects are architecture, urbanism and contemporary aspects of urban life.
Selected and awarded in important competitions, he acts as an authoral photographer. His works have been exhibited in art galleries and are held in private and public collections.
Awards 2020+2019. Moscow Int'l Foto Awards (Book photographer of the year, gold and silver awards)
2020+2018+2017. Prix de la Photographie Paris-PX3 (gold and bronze)
2019+2018. IPA–International Photography Awards (1st and 2nd places)
2019. Budapest Int'l Foto Awards (silver award)
2018+2016. Festival Internacional Paraty Em Foco (exhibition awards)
2018+2017. Tokio Int'l Foto Awards (silver and bronze awards)
2018+2017. Siena International Photo Awards (finalist)
2018+2017. Festival Internacional de Fotografia de Tiradentes (exhibition awards)
2017. LensCulture Network Gallery (selected for online exhibition)
2017. Magnum Caravan Brasil (special mention)
2017+2016. Le Plus Grand Concours Photo du Monde, PHOTO Magazine (lauréat)
2016. Miami Street Photography Awards (finalist)
2016. Sony World Photography Awards (commended)