by Caio Fern
About the Book
It is described as a love story between two characters that grew up together and decided to give up of understanding or belonging to the world creating their own values and life style… the novel exposes contemporary values by the point of view of who lives at the other side of the concept of globalization and new world.
Features & Details
- Category Literature & Fiction
5×8 in, 13×20 cm
- Publish Date Apr 04, 2011
- Tags São Paulo, love story, Sao Paulo, big city, domestic violence, South America, south american, life style, new world, growing up, young adult, Germany, Brazil, Mountain, love, literature, violence, romance, Brazilian, German, bucolic, family, domestic, punk, drugs, prostitution, beach, christianism, christian, salvation, poetry, tale, values, contemporary, novel, world, globalization, teenage, adult, sex, incest
CAIO FERN, born in São Paulo, Brazil in 1975, studied Psychology at Universidade Paulista. Fern's work is sometimes described as Realist, "though the sheer intensity of his work sets him apart from most contemporary Realist painters. With a highly individualistic style of painting, Caio reveals the raw physical characteristics and inner tensions of his subjects which proposes an intricate set of perspectives of the "self", is apparent in his self-portraits. Though Caio affirms that a self-portrait can only be considered as a visual reflection of himself, "There is no conceptual speech behind it," he believes strongly that the only important thing is the painting itself."