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Felipe Alves Moreira from Brazil has been nominated for International Photography Exhibition

Renowned photographer Felipe Alves Moreira has been selected to showcase his captivating work at the esteemed International Photography and Painting exhibition organized by Retro Kolkata Magazine. This much-awaited event is scheduled to take place from June 16 to June 18 at Arts Acre in Newtown, Kolkata.

Felipe Alves Moreira, a 27-year-old Brazilian talent, has made a name for himself in the field of photography and documentary filmmaking. Residing in Jaipur, India since 2019, Felipe has immersed himself in the rich cultural tapestry of the country, which has greatly influenced his artistic vision.

In an exclusive interview, Felipe shared his excitement and passion for his craft. He said, "My name is Felipe Alves Moreira, I'm Brazilian, I'm 27 years old. I'm a photographer and documentary filmmaker, I live in India, in the city of Jaipur, and I've been here since 2019. I currently work as a content creator and photographer at an international performing arts school in Jaipur."

Felipe's unique perspective and ability to capture moments of beauty and emotion through his lens have earned him recognition and admiration. His photographs beautifully portray the essence of the places he visits and the people he encounters. His work often explores themes of cultural diversity, human connection, and the intricate details that make up our world.

The International Photography and Painting exhibition organized by Retro Kolkata Magazine is known for showcasing exceptional talent from around the globe. Artists and photographers from various backgrounds come together to present their innovative and thought-provoking works, creating an immersive experience for visitors.

Felipe Alves Moreira's selection for this prestigious event is a testament to his skill, creativity, and dedication to his craft. His participation will undoubtedly enrich the exhibition and provide a fresh perspective on photography and visual storytelling.

Visitors to the exhibition can expect to be captivated by Felipe's vivid and evocative images, which offer a glimpse into different cultures and narratives from around the world. Through his lens, he invites us to see the world through a different perspective, challenging our preconceived notions and fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation for the human experience.

The International Photography and Painting exhibition at Arts Acre, Newtown, Kolkata, promises to be an unforgettable event for art enthusiasts and the general public alike. With Felipe Alves Moreira's presence, this year's exhibition is set to be a celebration of diverse artistic expressions and a testament to the power of visual storytelling.

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We are thrilled to announce the upcoming 'AURA 2024 - The International Photography & Art Exhibition and Grand Felicitation Ceremony', following the resounding success of last year's event. This prestigious gathering will be held at Kolkata's renowned 'Nazrul Tirtha' Art Gallery (Action Area I, Newtown, Kolkata 700156) from January 13 to January 21, 2024. The event promises an international stage for artists and photographers handpicked globally to display their masterpieces alongside the mesmerizing works of esteemed artists from over 25 participating countries, all under the spotlight of national media.

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Step into the boundless world of art with Retro Kolkata Magazine - The Global Edition. Beyond a magazine, it's a collectible tome celebrating the global tapestry of creativity. Delve into seven chapters unveiling the wonders of artistry across different mediums, uniting readers in a rich conversation that transcends borders. Embrace this cherished keepsake, a luminous narrative of human expression and interconnected art forms.

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