Ricardo Perini
Curitiba, Brazil

Born in Goiânia, Brazil, Ricardo Perini studied street photography in New York before returning home to found the Flanares street photography collective. The group’s work is inspired by the concept of the flâneur, whereby the photographer is an armed version of Rousseau’s solitary walker, a voyeuristic stroller discovering the urban inferno. “Adept of the joys of watching,” writes Susan Sontag, “the flâneur finds the world picturesque."

Architecture vs Man
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Kombi Ventilator
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Manhattan Dog
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Brooklyn's Bull Dog
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Chinatown, New York
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Pedestrians at Times Square
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Kids playing at Brasilia Museum
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Brazilian Bus Stop
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New York City Reflex
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Coney Island
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Praying Nuns at Ground Zero
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New York City Reflex
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Coney Island
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