Fire Lane


In an aerial view of a big city like New York, all moves, the eyes move, the city vibrates. Weber Pádua is always curious about those movement and his eyes capture those actions as part of his daily energy.

The work of the Brazilian photographer Weber Pádua, born in 1966, is a reflection of his more than twenty five year career and of the relationship he has developed, primarily with observation, then with technique, and finally with art expression.

It is also a powerful example of contemporary photographic evolution.

He received his first Kodak at the age of fifteen as a gift from his father and, from the first click, was immediately enchanted. It was thanks to the discovery of this real passion that Weber found a way of transforming pleasure into a profession.


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Item Description

Title: Fire Lane
From the Book: 5X5
Photographer: Weber Pádua
Date: New York, 2009

Dimensions (cm): 70 cm x 120 cm
Dimensions (in): 27.9 in x 47.2 in

Limited Edition: 1/8

Technique: Hahnemühle FineArt paper and mineral pigment

Additional information

Weight 0.40 kg
Dimensions 70 × 120 cm

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