Photographic artist Julian Germain presents ‘No Olho Da Rua (In the Eye of the Street), 1995 – 2020’, addressing homelessness on the streets of Brazil. The project is a collaboration involving Julian Germain, Patricia Azevedo, Murilo Godoy, and approximately 50 street dwellers from Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
“The idea is not to offer ‘supervised’ access to photography, but to give them the freedom to make their own pictures of anything they want, where and when they choose.” – Julian Germain
The project will result in a series of 18 publications with Mörel, and this event marks the launch of the first two:
NO OLHO DA RUA / ARCHIVE No #01
NO OLHO DA RUA / ARCHIVE No #02
1995 (Edited by Martin Parr)
The evening will include performances from Rising Voices Choir and street stories from the People’s Republic of Stokes Croft.
Julian Germain will present No Olho Da Rua followed by a discussion between Edward King (Lecturer, Bristol University / Latin American Studies), Martin Parr, Aron Morel and Julian Germain.
7pm (doors 6.30pm)
FREE / booking essential