Sardine fishing goes beyond the euphoria of parties and the sadness of shipwrecks | Books

It was the blazing fire that pushed him into the sea, confesses Helder Luís without shame. Born in Póvoa de Varzim, a historic fishing community in the north of the country, this designer, multimedia artist, musician and, more recently, photographer has returned to the coast after the 2017 fires destroyed his life in the countryside. And he found in the Atlantic, and in fishing, a refuge from which he still hasn’t left. Sardine, the endless seine fishing it is the third progress of this new stage: a photography book, or not really, as it is not content with the photographer’s gaze that over four years sailed with the fishermen to create it.

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