Visual artist graduated in visual arts from the School of Fine Arts of the Federal University of Minas Gerais. He works with different media such as photography, painting, installation, monotype, video and weaving. Active in Belo Horizonte’s independent circuit, Lamonier often departs from his own daily life in this city. Crossed by montages and appropriations, his work approaches the relationship between center and periphery, police violence and political resistance, from the perspective of the formation of subjectivities that arise in the urban and industrial space. Among his main exhibitions are the collective shows Um tanto de nós, Museu da UFPA, Belém (2015); Muestra Marrana, Hangar, Barcelona (2014); International Photography Festival, Museu Mineiro, Belo Horizonte (2013); Salle d'attente, urban intervention, Paris (2012); and the solo show Diários em combustão at Galeria Orlando Lemos, Nova Lima (2014). He lives and works in Belo Horizonte.