Nov 22
~
Nov 29

Vanishing Sights Exhibition

10:00am – 7:00pm

The photographs presented in this exhibition are an ode to nature’s beauty by João de Mendonça Lima Neto. Beauty as the universal aesthetic judgement that leads to the photographs themselves. In other words, the photographs are not a product of an accidental moment. The act of photographing is just the beginning, a first movement; the second comes from using different applications to find a balance that matches an aesthetic view. The photographs are about vanishing sights of places and peoples.

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