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Fabrice Monteiro

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Into The Arena © Fabrice Monteiro
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Into The Arena © Fabrice Monteiro
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Into The Arena © Fabrice Monteiro
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SRK © Fabrice Monteiro
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SRK © Fabrice Monteiro
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Signares © Fabrice Monteiro
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A Gorean Summer © Fabrice Monteiro
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A Gorean Summer © Fabrice Monteiro
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A Gorean Summer © Fabrice Monteiro
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© Courtesy of the artist & The M.I.A Gallery
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© Courtesy of the artist & The M.I.A Gallery
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Quick Facts
Works in
Dakar
Representing galleries
M.I.A Gallery
Tags
photojournalism, fashion_photography, modern, photography
Statement

        Fabrice Monteiro is an emerging artist based in the fields of photojournalism, fashion photography, and portraiture. Born to a Beninese father and a Belgian mother, his childhood is nurtured with multi-cultural. His unique signature style revolves around his passion and love for the heart and the people of his country.

        Monteiro was not predicted to become a photographer. Photography came naturally to him, first as a professional model, he became aware of the complexity of the composition, the lighting and the posture. Traveling the world inspired him to develop more creative projects, Monteiro was not destined to become a photographer, photography came to him.

        In 2007, he meets the New York photographer Alfonse Pagano, who quickly becomes his friend and mentor. Assumed its creative force, he is striving to build a visual world in his own multicultural image, mastering the aesthetics that allows his images to carry the weight of traditions and modernity.

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