In the urban center of Brasilia, a lonely man waits at a bus stop indifferently as a bus passes at speed
Architect and photographer, José Roberto Bassul was born in Rio de Janeiro and lives in Brasilia, Brazil. He photographed intensely in his youth, receiving awards from Realidade Magazine in 1979 and from Funarte (Art National Foundation) in 1980. During the 1980s, he took a break from photography and dedicated himself to architecture. He became active behind the camera again thirty years later when he developed an authorial work that focused on architecture, urban landscape, and contemporary aspects of urban life.