This article addresses the emergence of contemporary collective photographic practice linked to photojournalism. As a theoretical framework, intersections are made with the consolidation of a new image system, recovering the previous history of photography and its interaction with journalism. In this sense, it aims to work initially with a set of characteristics and constraints which act together to define the problem. In addition, it presents a case analysis, the Cia. da Foto (Photo Company), and shows how it represents the consolidation and/or the contradictions of the phenomenon.
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