Fabiolla Loureiro is an emerging contemporary artist based in São Paulo/BR. Her work is an extensive study related to street photography for 14 years now. With more than 30 countries in her background, to travel gave her the opportunity that this kind of photography allows: freedom. Cold nights, noir environments and rainy seasons are her favourite themes. We realize in her fine art photography the practice of dark black and white, blurry silhouettes, high contrasts, symmetry, poetic and melancholic scenes. The preference on black and white comes from her inspiration: Daido Moriyama, Robert Capa, Brassaï, Saul Leiter, Sabine Weiss, etc. Urban chaos and the period between wars are also a constant source of study and reference. In the last 5 years she had exhibitions that happened in London, Bologna, Madrid and Paris. Her first 3 individuals happened in 2016 in São Paulo. In the beginning of 2018, she returned to write about her travel experiences for European Travel Magazine and launched her own material sharing her influences and point of view on photography. During all this time, Fabiolla studied only 3 months at Focus Photography in São Paulo, being an autodidact photographer. In 2018/2019 she received 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. Since December 2019 is part of the Singulart artists team, located in Paris and now part of Saatchi, located in California. In June 2023 she completed the course Film, Images & Historical Interpretation in the 20th Century: The Camera Never Lies
by University of London & Royal Holloway, University of London taught BY Dr Emmett Sullivan, senior tutor. Fabiolla’s work is held in private collections in the United States, Germany, Brazil, Japan, France, Italy, United Kingdom and Switzerland.