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CATLIN GUIDE: Virgilio Ferreira's spiritual, soft-focus photography. Portuguese artist Virgilio Ferreira deals with the uncanny and intangible. Virgílio Ferreira is a Portuguese photographer and lives in the UK. In he gained an MA in photography at the University of Brighton. His work has been. Home / Explore film & TV / Films, TV and people. Virgilio Ferreira. Filmography. MANHA SUBMERSA. cast member. Latest from the BFI. Latest from the BFI.
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Many comprise solitary men or women or sometimes pairs of people who appear dislocated from their surroundings, although repetitions of the same individual may be seen within a diptych.
In these pictures I attempt to evoke those feelings of alienation, emptiness and solitude, which are related to the uncertain times that we live in. For the last 20 years he has been developing projects in the fields of education, creation, and programming in partnership with several festivals, museums, cultural centres and art schools in Portugal and abroad.
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