Anderson Barbosa is a documentary photographer based out of Belém, Brazil. Over the course of many years he has worked documenting various different Brazilian social and political movements. Recently he has been working closely with the rural communities of the Xingu River region documenting the construction and impact of the Belo Monte Hydroelectric Project. Anderson continues his work documenting the MSTC, an urban squatter’s movement similar to the rural MST, although different entities. It is long term project that takes an intimate look at the lives of the movement’s partcipants.
Anderson joined Fractures Photo Collective shortly after it’s creation in the Spring of 2011.