Contemporary Bate-bolas: The secret carnival of Rio de Janeiro by Bruno Falcão

Contemporary Bate-bolas: The secret carnival of Rio de Janeiro

byBruno Falcão

Kobo ebook | January 21, 2016

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The photographer Bruno Falcão did his utmost to complete one beautiful work, came into slums to register some of the bate-bolas “gangs” leaving in there, he was approached by traffickers armed with rifle, he worked long to unravel the whole mystery surrounding the clóvis, bate-bolas in this documentary that took six years to complete and had around 15,000 edited photographic records, being published in the photo book the 273 best photos, as well as texts, videos and interviews with researchers, police and groups of bate-bolas. Although very traditional and by having a habit of appearing in the crime pages the groups of bate-bolas are not known even by some of the city's residents and only in 2012 his fantasies became Cultural Heritage of Rio de Janeiro. This is an important record, the project Contemporary Bate-bolas will stay in history, the clóvis are the biggest revelers street of the Rio de Janeiro carnival, not only by the glamor and price of your fantasies, but by the work they have to prepares them lasting almost a year, the love and anxiety, they expect the year pass as quickly as possible just to dress up the next carnival. Download the ebook and discover the whole truth about the bate-bolas of Rio de Janeiro. Who takes this issue is sponsoring the Book Printing.

Title:Contemporary Bate-bolas: The secret carnival of Rio de JaneiroFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:January 21, 2016Publisher:Bruno FalcãoLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:8568935028

ISBN - 13:9788568935026

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