During the greatest health crisis of the 21st century, the restrictive measures against contagion by SARS-COV2 imposed new forms of artistic, professional and recreational production on everyone. It was during this time that our eyes turned to everything that exists where we live. Photographing the backyard is more than an activity resulting from isolation, it is an intention to connect distant artists to spectators due to the proximity of a common situation. "From my backyard to everyone".
Photograph taken in São Paulo, Brazil, 2020.
Printed in certified Hahnemühle paper.
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