Felipe Morozini

Dec 11th, 2018

Felipe Morozini


Felipe Morozini is from São Paulo, Brazil. His work ranges from fashion editorials to scenography, art photography, video, design, and interventions. His photos have been exhibited in various galleries, museums and art festivals in Brazil and across the world at Zipper Gallery, Aktuel, Plastik, SP Art – Photo, and the São Paulo Photography Show. Felipe is also one of the directors of Parque Minhocão Association, a non-profit organization which works on alternative urban development projects.

Tell us about the works that we are featuring?

The window in the work is on the balcony of the top floor of a building in the center of São Paulo, an apartment that was my great-grandmother’s. The idea came to me when I passed in front of the glass and saw myself from the “outside”. And then I saw the “outside” inside me. It was so strong that image, that for 18 years I have made the same shot, but always a different portrait. It is like a dream for me. Seventeen years looking at the same window.

I see you. And you are inside me.

What are you working on right now?

I just opened an exhibition at Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, in the south of Brazil. It’s a precise and precious cut of my files. 16 images. The name is I see myself in you.

I also just directed, along with Gabriel Azevedo, the Letrux video clip. It was a dream. A nightmare. A shout. A squeeze. A hug.


Do your parents like your work?

They don’t understand it and I like it.

What can’t you leave home without?

My asthmatic vaporizer.

What does the future hold for your work?

More and more poetry.

What other forms of art inform your work?

Video installations, scenography, fashion and words.
I also have a youtube channel, which I consider a form of art.  With videos that talk about art, humans and non-human behavior. It’s like a break in the middle of everything. The freedom to speak what I want. Be who I am.