Ordilei Caldeira is a self taught fine art photographer for 11 years (2001) his own style is the Conceptual. Influenced by surrealism, psychedelia and Metaphysics. Passionate about photography, also photographs Architecture, Landscape, Nature, People, Portrait and Travel.
In 2011 two of His conceptual work received the "Selected Award FIAP". He currently lives in Cabo Frio, Rio de Janeiro coast of place incredible nature.
His poetic photography is best understood through the concept of "underlies" the perception of the real scenes imbued with poetic values ??and where he can compose their subjective aesthetic.
2011- Accepted Award 5º Zajecar Tourism - FIAP contest (Ordi Calder was one of two Brazilian photographer selected for the exhibition)
2012 - One work selected for exhibition "Open Art Exhibition", at Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery
2012 - One work selected for exhibition "It's a Sign: the medium is the message", at 1650 Gallery Los Angeles, EUA
2012 - Three works selected for exihbition ABSTRACTS 2012: the alternative eye, at "1650 Gallery Los Angeles", EUA
2012 - Two works selected for exihbition Skyward, the word above us, at "1650 Gallery Los Angeles", EUA
2011 - One Work selected to "5º Zajecar Tourism", Sérvia - FIAP Contest
2011 - "Selected Award FIAP - International Federation of Photographic Art" at "14º China International Art Exihbition" (Ordi Calder was the only Brazilian photographer selected for the exhibition)
Individual photographic exhibitions:
2010 - Exhibition " Intersections in Time". Museu do Morro da Caixa d´água velha (Museum of old water-box Hill). Cuiaba, Brazil
2009 - Exhibition "Spellings Light, graphic facts" SESC Arsenal, Brazil
2005 - Honorable Mention in the "Primeiro olhar Cuiabá" (First look at Cuiabá). Misc - Museum of Image and Sound, Brazil. http://www.flickr.com/photos/ordicfoton/sets/72157623358128312/
2004 - Three works selected for "Salão Jovem Arte Mato-Grossense" (Young Art Salon of Mato Grosso), Brazil http://www.flickr.com/photos/ordicfoton/sets/72157623358118782/
2003 - Three works selected for "Salão Jovem Arte Mato-Grossense (Young Art Salon of Mato Grosso), Brazil