From last week, São Paulo has been hosting a pure, unique exhibition, one devoted to the Nokia 808 PureView. You might be thinking, “So what? It’s a regular show, right?”. Nope! Nokia Brazil brought together four award-winning photographers, using the Nokia 808 PureView, to record images exclusively for this exhibit.
The result will be revealed today, when the exhibition opens at DOC Gallery, one of the most popular art galleries in São Paulo.
Just to give you a glance of what one might find, in their professional history they’ve made photos for the internationally famous Vogue, Elle, Playboy, GQ, Glamour, Mademoiselle and Vanity Fair.
The spectators will have a chance to see how rich and innovative taking photos with PureView technology can be. And the good news is – the pictures will be on sale and you can buy online. If you’re in São Paulo or if you have plans to be there soon, you shouldn’t miss the exposition, which will be open until August 25th.
About the photographers
Ana Ottoni began photographing professionally in 1990. Today, she works with business publications for print and electronic media, and worked for newspapers and foreign publications like Le Monde, New York Times and Financial Times, among others.
Marlene Bergamo won the Young Photographer Award. She is the co-author of the books “Brasil Bom de Bola” and “Carandiru”. Recently she has been photographing “stills” for national films together with directors like Hector Babenco and Ugo Giorgetti.
Klaus Mitteldorf is one of the most renowned photographers to work with camera phones. In 2002, he won the prestigious Fundação Conrado Wessel award, the biggest awards for this field in Brazil.
Finally, Bico Stupakoff already worked on fashion industry, for magazines as GQ, Glamour, Mademoiselle and Vanity Fair. In NY, he made catalogs for Lord & Taylor, Bloomingdales, JCrew, Eddie Bauer, Lands End, Talbots and ad campaigns for Warner Bros, LEE, Levis, GAP, Tampax, among others.