Between 2010 and 2013 I periodically lived in Ghana building a school in a remote village, it was here where my thoughts on humanity were changed for life.
Within the simplest of lives, cut off from the modern world I met the most beautiful of people and a charm unique to any imagination and tried to capture this with my images.
EXHIBITION / SOLIDARITY SALE
Misha Maslennikov, photographer at Incubator Photo Gallery, based in Odessa, has seen his economic situation deteriorate due to the Ukraine/Russia conflict and his salary as a graphic designer has been paid very irregularly.
And Misha's financial reserves are dangerously close to zero.
According to Misha, we decided to carry out an Exhibition/Sale of 6 photographs, with a symbolic price of 150 dollars per photo.
The sales amount fully reverts to Misha Maslennikov.
The 6 photos are on display on the Incubator website and at the Gallery in Lisboa.
Fernando Gonçalves&Maria Ribeiro - Programmers
Misha Maslennikov's website https://maslennikov.photos/
SOME PAST EXHIBITIONS
CROSSING PHOTOGRAPHY WITH OTHER KNOWLEDGES
Exhibitions, lectures and everything else that comes up.
Associated gallery of the Incubator Photo Gallery
WHAT DOES YOUR REVOLUTION LOOK LIKE?
Paulo Moura, writer of nonfiction books and journalist, traveled for two months in search of utopias in the great metropolis of Asia.
His Spartan luggage included a cell phone with a camera.
And from the more than 4,000 photographs taken by Paulo Moura, without any concern for focus, framing or any other technical detail, we proposed to Paulo Moura the "reading" of an unintentional but real photographicbooknotes.
From this "reading" we will hold exhibitions and "Conversations at the Factory" between January March 2022.
The exhibitions will be located at the Boulevard Photo Gallery space and online at the Boulevard website.
Follow the development of the project in
1st January to 29th March
THE DON STEEP
70 Photographs from Russian photographer Misha Maslennikov
1st April to 29th May
USA PHOTOGRAPHY 1920 to 1940
1st June to 29 July
FLOWERS OF EVIL
Photographs by Fernando Gonçalves from the book Flowers of Evil by Charles Baudelaire
1st September to 29th October
On photographs of the Turkish photographer Emir Bozkurt
1st November to 29th December