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Rafa Costa

XINGU NIGHT (Limited edition) - UNFRAMED

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This stunning photograph, Xingu Night, is part of the exclusive Xingu Collection by acclaimed Brazilian fine arts photographer Rafa Costa. Captured in the heart of Brazil's Xingu Park, it showcases a mesmerizing view of an oca, a traditional indigenous house of the Mehinako tribe, bathed in the glow of a breathtaking starry sky.

The image captures the harmonious relationship between the Mehinako tribe and their natural environment. The oca, built collectively using only materials found in the forest, stands as a testament to their enduring traditions and respect for the land.

This piece is a true collector's item, available only in a limited edition. The total print run is 10, with each print being hand-signed and numbered. 



This image comes unframed in original archival paper prints. It's hand-signed and numbered.

Landscape orientation.

Materials: Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308G Matt FineArt Paper

This 100% cotton paper has a fine homogeneous surface texture (smooth). Being absolutely acid-free and characterized by a neutral PH value, the paper is extremely resistant to aging and is very light-stable. The print results of this medium meet the highest artistic standards.

Dimensions: 17"H x 24"W

XINGU NIGHT (Limited edition) - UNFRAMED
XINGU NIGHT (Limited edition) - UNFRAMED
XINGU NIGHT (Limited edition) - UNFRAMED




Rafa Costa's signature style is characterized by vibrant colors, bold geometric shapes, and dramatic lighting. His dreamlike and surreal images invite viewers into a world where art and photography merge. His exceptional use of light, composition, and technical skill has earned him widespread praise and recognition as a leading figure in contemporary photography.

Costa's early career took him from architecture to the world of advertising, where his talent for capturing stunning visuals and crafting impactful narratives quickly gained recognition. He collaborated with major brands like McDonald's, Fiat, Honda and GM, and VW, and his work was awarded at prestigious festivals like the Clio Awards and the Cannes Festival.

Beyond the commercial sphere, Costa nurtured a deep interest in artistic photography. He explored the intersection of photography and painting, creating captivating images showcased in exhibitions worldwide, including Paris, Florence and São Paulo.

Costa's artistic journey deepened with his involvement in the BEĨ Collection, connecting him to the artistic production of indigenous peoples. His photographs taken on expeditions to the Xingu Indigenous Park and the Amazon were featured in the book "Bancos Indígenas do Brasil" (2023) and a subsequent exhibition that toured Brazil, Tokio, and Madrid. The exhibition will soon be displayed at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC.