Julio Bittencourt was born in 1980 in Brazil and grew up between Sao Paulo and New York.
Through photography, video and installations, his projects often explore themes of urban life, identity and the social issues derived from the relationships between people and their environment.
His works have been exhibited in galleries and museums in more than twenty countries and his work published in magazines such as LFI, Foam Magazine, GEO, TIME, The Wall Street Journal, Courrier International, C Photo, The Guardian, The New Yorker, Esquire, Financial Times, Los Angeles Times, and Leica World Magazine, among several others. 
Bittencourt is the author of three books: “In a window of Prestes Maia 911 Building”, "Ramos" and "Dead Sea". 
He currently lives and works in France and is represented by Galeria Lume in São Paulo and Galeria da Gávea in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


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