Fernando Penim Redondo

Fernando Penim Redondo, es un fotografo portugues, nacido en la ciudad de Lisboa en 1945. Desde muy temprano se interesó por la fotografía como autodidacta. Sus primeras fotografías de viaje se realizaron en la ciudad de Madrid en 1961, hace más de 50 años. A finales de los años 60, como oficial de marina durante la guerra en África, realizó sus primeros trabajos, de los que resultó un acervo sobre tipos étnicos y actividades de la población guineana. China, India, Egipto, Nepal, Perú y la Patagonia, entre otras, le permitieron la constitución a lo largo de los años de un gran banco de imágenes. Habiendo trabajado toda la vida en el ámbito de las tecnologías de la información sólo recientemente tuvo la oportunidad de mostrar sus trabajos fotográficos, en particular mediante la realización de un conjunto de exposiciones individuales y colectivas . Publicó reportajes fotográficos en la prensa y tiene trabajos en el libro “Camera Craft – Black & White” de la editorial AVA Publishing SA, editado en 2005. Ha producido recientemente un conjunto de libros en auto-publicación en la editorial BLURB. Tiene fotografías en la colección del Centro de Exposiciones de Odivelas y en varias colecciones privadas.

José Carlos Costa

José Carlos Costa was born in August 1978, in Braga (Portugal). Although he has a scientific background, with a PhD in Chemical and Biological Engineering from the University of Minho, photography has always been his chosen form of artistic expression, showing the world not as we see it, but as he interprets it, sometimes introspective as a B&W long exposure, and other times as colorful as the landscapes of the National Parl Peneda-Gerês. His favorite themes are urban and seascapes, architecture and travel. He usually tries to introduce a fourth dimension – the time – in his photos, especially through the use of long or multi exposures. Additionally he likes to give a surreal atmosphere to the photos where the light shine through a dark mood



Fernando Lemos


Fernando Lemos is a painter, graphic artist and photographer from Portugal.

Early in his career, in 1960 , Fernando Lemos, photographer from Portugal, is participating in intellectual resistance movement against the dictatorship of Salazar. His Production is experimental, close to the experimental nature inspired by work of Man Ray.

He came in Brazil and lived in the Pension Maua , in Rio de Janeiro, where he photographs writers and artists. In 1953 , some of his photos are display at the Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo – MAM / SP [ Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo ] and the Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro – MAM / RJ [ Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro ] . His works resemble those of modern Brazilian photographers of the late 1940s, related to Foto Cine Clube Bandeirante [Photo Film Club Bandeirante] .

Fernando Lemos still working with construction techniques and organization of space , as in Luz Teimosa [ Stubborn Light ] , 1951/1952 , where the light is revealed in lines that intersect , in a subtle way , an atmosphere confined . The brief period during which he devoted himself more intensely to photography ends shortly after his arrival in Brazil. He began to work with drawing and painting and produces non- figurative works . He first uses shapes cut out the background , often close to graphic signs in compositions mainly structured by line , as in Símbolos [ Symbols ] , 1967. In other works , he uses geometry as an expressive form , and also creates organic forms evoking symbols. It also explores the luminosity of watercolor.

Fernando Lemos also works with visual communication and graphic planning, and as an illustrator for several publications. With Décio Pignatari (1927) , he led the design studio Maitiry in São Paulo. His design work is still not well known

André Brito

«I think nude is always a special challenge, in the sense that it is a discipline that is more susceptible to criticism for personal and moral values. In addition to portray a person, we’re exposing their bodies, hence there has to be much more careful by the photographer. There is also the fact that the nude has been portrayed even before the advent of photography, hence it is a discipline in which it is very difficult to innovate …»

«In addition to lure the beauty of the female body, I like the challenge of portraying differently than usual in this discipline. I like to show a strong and powerful woman, not the usual fragile and sensitive woman.»

Fábio Miguel Roque

Fábio Miguel Roque is a photographer born in Lisbon and based in Sintra, Portugal.
He studied photography at I.P.F. (Portuguese Institute of Photography), Lisbon between 2004 and 2007, later He then attended the workshops of History of Photography Contemporary at Ar.Co., 2010, and Photojournalism in MEF, 2013.
Worked as a photojournalist at the beginning of his career.
His work is mainly on documentary photography; more recently discovered is passion for a more personal kind of photography.
Has already made several solo exhibitions.
Runs the small publishing house, “The Unknown Books”.
Founding member of Preto Collective, a black and white photo collective.
Is member of the global photo collective, Latent Image Collective



Adelino Lyon De Castro

Antonio Barrocas


I live in Lisbon, Portugal.

I have PhD in Arts from Faculdade de Belas Artes de Lisboa, a Bachelor Degree in History and a Master Degree in Fine Arts (Theory of Arts – Photography) from Faculdade de Belas Artes de Lisboa.

My work as a photographer is in relation with my studies in art and photography theory. Im working in history of nineteenth century photography, mainly in the creative process of early photographers and in body representation in portuguese photography.

My photographic work is about body representation in the tradition of pictorial arts and photographic art, and women representation.

Rafael Marchante


Over the last two years, I have spent a lot of time covering the crisis in Portugal. It is difficult to photograph because there is nothing special happening on the streets; it is a crisis that is happening behind closed doors. As photographers, our work must be subtle and we must always be attentive to looks, gestures or actions that allow us to guess the situation of the protagonists in our pictures.


Africa portrait, José Ferreira

Gonzalo Bénard