André Feliciano is an Art Gardener who cultivates, among other things, a specific photographic culture.
As Roland Barthes says in his book “Camera Lucida”, photography is most intimately associated with death, because the photographic image captures a moment that will not return, but Feliciano takes a different approach. His aim is to generate life in photography, not through images, but by developing and cultivating different kinds of photographic relationships.
His work has been exhibited widely, including São Paulo Modern Museum, the Bonni Benrubi Gallery (New York), and Photoville 2012. He is currently pursuing a masters degree at São Paulo University.