Eustáquio Neves (born. 1955) is a self-taught photographer and video artist who studied chemistry and classical guitar. Since 1989, he has researched and developed alternative and multidisciplinary techniques, including the manipulation of negatives and prints as well as electronic media, through which he incorporates sequence and movement. He was born in 1955 in Juatuba, Minas Gerais, Brazil.
The interest in of your work is focused on the memory issues and identity of black Brazilians. In 1994, he was awarded The Marc Ferrez Photography Prizeby Funarte, Brazil’s National Foundation for the Arts.
His work has been widely exhibited in Brazil and abroad, including solo shows of his series Cartas ao Mar [Letters to the Sea] (2015).