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46750

46750 is a visual account of the city’s last decade, a portrait of the so-called “wonder city”, with all its contrasts and complexities. 46,750 is also the number of homicides that occurred in Rio de Janeiro’s metropolitan area during the decade between 2007 and 2016, the time during which João Pina worked there; that’s an average of 13 homicides per day.

Hardcover
67 photographs printed in tritone
10×8 inches (240 x 200 mm)
146 pages
4 gate-folds and 9 inserts
9 previously unpublished poems by Viviane Salles
Design by Ramon Pez
1st edition - May 2018
49.90
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João Pina - Photographer

João Pina is a freelance photographer born in Portugal in 1980. He began working as a professional photographer at age eighteen, and graduated from the International Center of Photography’s Photojournalism and Documentary Photography program in New York in 2005. Pina’s photographs have been published in D Magazine, Days Japan, El Pais, Expresso, GEO, La Vanguardia, New York Times, New Yorker, Newsweek, Stern, Time, and Visão, among others.
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