Rodrigo Koraicho (b.1985, São Paulo, Brazil) graduated in Social Communication from the University of Fine Arts in São Paulo, and holds a master's degree in Aesthetics and Art History from the University of São Paulo. He started his path in photography in 2004, creating personal essays and working in different fields of photography.
His projects, which are generally long-term, depict many aspects of society as a whole and social issues seeking to challenge the distinction between visual narratives, authorship and the documentary work.
His work is part of private and institutional collections in Brazil. He held solo and group exhibitions at institutions such as Museum Afro Brasil, Unibes Cultural, DOC gallery, among others. He participated in festivals and congresses such as the X International Congress of Aesthetics and Art History (2016) and the Mostra São Paulo de Fotografia (2019). In 2020 he was awarded a bronze medal at the Prix de la Photographie - Paris (PX3), was awarded by the TCU Cultural Center award (solo exhibition), had an honorable mention at the Tokyo International Foto Awards (TIFA), was one of the selected artists of the Ain't Bad issue 15 and shortlisted at IMA – next “COVID” by Martin Parr. Recent projects include the publication of the book of his essay "Ô Culpa" for the collaborative and social project "Quarentena Books" and the solo exhibition "Devotion" at Unibes Cultural.