Ó Minas Gerais | My Land Our Landscape #23

Dry Season. Linhares, close to Regência, state of Espírito Santo, Brazil.

Approximately 400 miles from the largest environmental accident in Brazils’s history. In November 2015, a mine’s tailing dam broke releasing 40 billion gallons of mud in one of the country’s most important water sheds, Rio Doce. Photograph taken where Rio Doce river meets the sea, nine months after the accident.

19°33'30.74"S 39°50'43.74"W

Archival pigment prints

Editions;
14x21 in - 1/2
22x33 in - 2/2
32x48 in - 1/3

20% of sales goes to mining communities and initiatives to foster actions to improve mining communities.

Estimated delivery of first batch (before the end of the Summer 2019).
$ 600
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Júlia Pontés

(b.1983 - Minas Gerais, Brazil) - Based in Sao Paulo, New York, Buenos Aires, and Mumbai. She is a skilled drone pilot, aerial photographer, photographic printer and her photographic knowledge range from Large Format Film photography to advanced Photoshop skills.
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