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Fabiolla Loureiro is a burgeoning contemporary artist hailing from São Paulo, Brazil. Over the past 15 years, she has dedicated herself to the study of street photography, drawing inspiration from her experiences in over 30 countries. Traveling has afforded her a sense of liberation, enabling her to capture the essence of her surroundings with a unique perspective.

Her artistic vision is characterized by an affinity for the raw beauty found in the cold nights, noir atmospheres, and rainy seasons. Through her fine art photography, she skillfully employs techniques such as dark black and white tones, blurred silhouettes, high contrasts, symmetry, and the evocation of poetic and melancholic scenes. Inspired by luminaries like Daido Moriyama, Robert Capa, Brassaï, Saul Leiter, and Sabine Weiss, Fabiolla's work delves into urban chaos and the interwar period, offering a rich tapestry of visual storytelling.

Fabiolla's talent has garnered international recognition, with exhibitions held in prominent cities like London, Bologna, Madrid, and Paris. Her journey as an artist began with three solo exhibitions in São Paulo in 2016, marking the inception of her burgeoning career. In early 2018, she ventured into travel writing for European Travel Magazine, sharing her insights and influences on photography with a broader audience.

Despite minimal formal training—just three months at Focus Photography in São Paulo—Fabiolla has honed her craft as a self-taught photographer. Her dedication and artistic prowess have been celebrated with accolades such as the Artist of the Year Award from the Circle Foundation for the Arts in Lyon and the Excellence Award from Trevisan International Art in Bologna in 2018/2019.

For 6 years, Fabiolla was a member of the Singulart artists team in Paris, and now  she has joined Saatchi in California. In June 2023, she completed the prestigious course "Film, Images & Historical Interpretation in the 20th Century: The Camera Never Lies" by the University of London & Royal Holloway, University of London, under the guidance of Dr. Emmett Sullivan, a senior tutor.

Fabiolla's evocative work has found a home in private collections across the globe, including the United States, Germany, Brazil, Japan, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Switzerland.

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