Sebastian Liste

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Sebastian Liste
Sebastian Liste
Urban
Quilombo
This
project
is
a
tes.mony
of
a
place
that
no
longer
exists.
Eight
years
ago
sixty
families
occupied
the
"Galpao
da
Araujo
Barreto”,
an
abandoned
chocolate
factory
in
Salvador
de
Bahia,
Brazil.
Prior
to
establishing
in
this
place,
these
families
lived
throughout
the
dangerous
streets
of
the
city.
In
2003,
these
families
came
together
to
seize
this
deserted
factory,
which
lay
in
ruins,
and
they
transformed
it
into
a
home.
Since
2009,
I
have
been
documen.ng
Barreto.
From
my
studies
in
sociology,
I
understood
that
this
was
a
unique
community.
This
vast
sub
culture
within
the
greater
city
became
one
extended
family.
They
created
a
microcosm
in
which
the
problems
of
drugs,
pros.tu.on
and
violence
tackled
with
the
support
of
the
community.
Today,
life
in
a
community
is
a
form
of
revolu.on.
Barreto
was
a
place
where
the
exchange
of
ideas,
goods
and
services
created
a
bond
of
iden.ty
that
allowed
the
survival
of
its
members
in
a
society
that
marginalizes
them.
Thus,
community
life
is
a
form
of
struggle
and
resistance.
Resistance
to
a
society
that
considered
they
as
a
dysfunc.onal
organ.
Two
years
ago
I
came
to
Barreto
to
explore
how
communi.es
formed
within
fragmented
socie.es
as
a
mechanism
of
survival.
During
the
years,
I
have
witnessed
almost
everything
that
one
can
live:
love,
despair,
betrayal,
lust,
passion,
unity,
friendships,
empathy,
internal
and
external
conflicts,
forgiveness
and
a
sense
of
family.
Since
my
first
visit
in
2009,
I
con.nued
to
return
several
.mes
by
myself
un.l
March,
2011,
when
the
government
evicted
these
families
from
the
factory,
as
one
of
the
many
aUempts
to
clean
up
the
visible
poverty
of
the
center
of
Brazilian
ci.es.
This
is
mainly
due
to
the
upcoming
interna.onal
events
to
be
held
in
Brazil
in
the
next
years,
like
the
2014
World
Cup
and
the
2016
Olympic
Games.
Brazil
has
begun
to
teeter
on
the
brink
of
human
rights
viola.on
as
it
con.nues
with
the
displacement
of
favelas
in
a
reckless
manner.
By
the
.me,
these
families
relocated,
there
were
around
130
families
living
in
Barreto,
an
area
approximately
the
size
of
a
football
field.
Although
Barreto,
the
physical
place,
no
longer
exists,
the
community
remains.
The
families
that
once
lived
in
Barreto
now
live
together
in
the
“Jardim
das
Margaridas”,
a
marginalized
neighborhood
on
the
outskirts
of
the
city.
My
main
objec.ve
is
to
document
the
emo.onal
and
physical
.es
between
the
different
families,
how
the
community
is
managing
their
rela.onships
and
meanwhile,
how
they
con.nue
to
build
their
dignity.
This
community
is
a
metaphor
for
a
place
where
the
tragic
decomposi.on
of
human
life
combines
perfectly
with
the
magic
realism
of
La.n
America.
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SEBASTIAN
LISTE
BIOGRAPHY
Sebas.an
Liste
was
born
in
Spain
in
1985,
and
raised
in
Barcelona.
He
obtained
a
Bachelors
degree
in
Sociology
at
the
UNED
(Universidad
Nacional
de
Educación
a
Distancia),
and
a
Masters
in
the
Arts
in
Photojournalism
at
the
Autonomous
University
of
Barcelona.
Sebas.an's
extensive
documentary
work
has
focused
on
the
lives
of
diverse
communi.es
around
the
world.
By
2009,
when
Sebas.an
finished
his
undergraduate
studies,
he
had
visited
over
20
countries,
as
Laos,
Ethiopia,
Mexico,
Mali,
Cuba,
Nepal,
among
others.
His
long‐term
projects
explore
the
profound
cultural
and
iden.ty
changes
that
occur
in
our
contemporary
world.
Through
his
personal
and
in.mate
stories
that
fluctuate
between
documen.ng
daily
life
in
struggling
communi.es
to
that
of
his
own
family.
His
work
has
been
interna.onally
recognized
by
POYi,
NPPA,
Sony
WPO,
Lucie
Awards,
Paris
PX3,
Anthropographia,
CENTER
Awards,
Fotovisura
Spotlight
Grant,
Onward,
Reinassance
Prize,
Terry
O´Neill
Award,
among
others.
His
photographs
have
appeared
at
The
Sunday
Times
Magazine,
Photo
District
News,
Bri.sh
Journal
of
Photography,
FotoVisura,
and
other
publica.ons.
He
has
par.cipated
in
numerous
exhibi.ons
at
the
GeUy
Images
Gallery,
Host
Gallery,
Hotshoe
Gallery
and
Mall
Galleries
in
London,
Espace
Dupon
and
Spéos
Gallery
in
Paris,
Gallery
291
in
San
Francisco,
VII
Dumbo,
Splashlight
Studio
Soho,
PowerHouse
Arena,
New
Atlan.c
Gallery
in
New
York,
Maison
des
Arts
du
Grütli
in
Geneva
as
well
as
in
various
galleries
in
Spain.
In
2010
was
the
recipient
of
the
Ian
Parry
Scholarship
for
his
long
term
project
“Urban
Quilombo”
about
the
extreme
living
condi.ons
that
dozens
of
families
faced
when
they
came
together
to
set
up
a
home
in
an
abandoned
chocolate
factory
in
Salvador
de
Bahia,
Brazil.
Recently,
Sebas.an
was
selected
to
par.cipate
at
the
2011
Joop
Swart
Masterclass
from
World
Press
Photo.
SEBASTIAN
LISTE
AWARDS/GRANTS/SCHOLARSHIPS
2011
Joop
Swart
Masterclass
par.cipant,
World
Press
Photo
|
Netherlands
2011
POYí
Emerging
Vision
Incen.ve,
Finalist
|
USA
2011
NPPA,
Best
of
Photojournalism,
honorable
men.on
|
USA
2011
Daylight
/
CDS
Photo
Awards,
Juror
Pick
winner
|
USA
2011
Sony
WPO
Documentary/Photojournalism,
shortlisted
|
UK
2011
PX3,
Young
Photojournalist
of
the
Year,
silver
medal
|
France
2011
LOOK3
Fes.val,
scholarship
winner
|
USA
2011
New
York
Photo
Fes.val
Awards,
Honorable
men.on
|
USA
2011
Anthropographia,
selected
photographer
|
Canada
2011
Review
Santa
Fe
par.cipant
|
USA
2011
CENTER
Project
Launch
Award,
honorable
men.on
|
USA
2011
Nikon
Photo
Contest
Interna.onal,
2nd
Prize
|
USA
2011
Reinassance
Prize,
finalist
|
UK
2010
Ian
Parry
Scholarship
winner
|
UK
2010
Terry
O´Neill
Award
winner
|
UK
2010
Lucie
Awards,
Young
Editorial
Photographer
of
the
Year
|
USA
2010
Lucie
Awards
Discovery
of
the
Year,
finalist
|
USA
2010
FotoVisura
“Spotlight”,
3er
Prize
|
USA
2010
Lens
Culture
Awards,
honorable
men.on
|
France
2010
CPOY,
Award
of
Excellence
in
Feature
|
USA
2010
Albarracin
Mee.ng
of
Photography,
scholarship
winner
|
SPAIN
2010
EMERGENT
Interna.onal
Fes.val
of
Photography
and
Visual
Arts
winner
|
Spain
2010
Onward,
selected
photographer
|
USA
2010
City
of
Gijon
Interna.onal
Prize
of
Photojournalism,
finalist
|
Spain
2010
City
of
Gijon
Mee.ng
of
Photo
and
Journalism,
scholarship
recipient
|
Spain
2010
FOTO8
SummerShow,
finalist
|
UK
SEBASTIAN
LISTE
EXHIBITIONS
/
SCREENINGS
2011
Visa
pour
L´Image
|
Perpignan,
France
(Upcoming)
Duke
University
Gallery,
Center
for
Documentary
Studies
|
Duke,
USA
(Upcoming)
Noorderlicht
Photo
Fes.val
|
Groningen,
Netherlands
(Upcoming)
Angkor
Photo
Fes.val
|
Angkor,
Cambodia
(Upcoming)
Spéos
Gallery
|
Paris,
France
(Upcoming)
New
York
Photo
Fes.val
|
New
York,
USA
Slideluck
Potshow
|
London,
UK
VII
Dumbo
|
New
York,
USA
Ring
Cube
|
Tokio,
Japan
Photographic
Centre
Peri
|
Turku,
Finland
Espace
Dupon
|
Paris,
France
New
Atlan.c
Gallery
|
New
York,
USA
Mall
Galleries
|
London,
UK
Maison
des
Arts
du
Grütli,
FIFDH
|
Geneva,
Switzerland
Gallery
291
|
San
Francisco,
USA
2010
Project
Basho
|
Philadelphia,
USA
Lucy
Bell
Gallery
|
St
Leonards
on
Sea,
UK
New
York
Photo
Fes.val
“Human
Kind”
|
New
York,
USA
Hotshoe
Gallery
|
London,UK
Splashlight
Studio
Soho
|
New
York,
USA
GeUy
Gallery
|
London,
UK
Host
Gallery,
|
London,
UK
Periscopio
Fes.val
|
Vitoria,
Spain
SebasEan
Liste
Spain
+34
620848729
Brazil
+55
(71)
9302‐2381
[email protected]
www.sebas.anliste.com