A boy walks up a dirt path between two buildings. He's wearing grey sweatpants and no shirt, his left arm is reaching behind his back to touch his right shoulder blade. To the boy's left, a large piece of ruched red fabric hangs off a long wooden stick and wire. The sky is blue with white clouds. The building on the left is painted yellow with a green door and shutters.

Geralyn Shukwit: O Tempo Não Para

For the past nine years, Brooklyn-based photographer Geralyn Shukwit has traveled the backroads of Bahia, Brazil, returning to communities year after year forming relationships with the families who reside there. O Tempo Não Para, Portuguese for “time does not stop,” is a personal documentation of those interactions and observations of Bahian life.