is a Brazil photographer who studied at the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro and has been a photographer since 1977.
In his series ‘Nobody’s Nobodies’ the use of colored dots over faces addresses the legal challenge of making candid shots of the bathers on Rio’s beaches. This was the humorous and sensual way Rogério Reis found to discuss “use and image control” these days. It’s a reflection on identity and image ownership in the public space.
More about Rogério Reis and his works here.