'Yanomami. Spirits. Survivors' is the work of Claudia Andujar, a 92-year-old photographer with Hungarian roots. This collection offers an unforgettable experience for enthusiasts of ethnography, distant cultures, and contemporary photography, while also delivering a poignant message about the Amazon rainforest.
First showcased at the Museum of Ethnography in collaboration with São Paulo's Vermelho Gallery, the exhibition features 124 photographs, including analogue enlargements, digital prints, and additional projected imagery, all uniquely illuminated. The photos take you on a journey from Andujar's arrival in Brazil and her time as a magazine photographer to her decades-long artistic and activist work among the Yanomami Indians, as well as her later years.
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From November 24th to January 7th, don skates and slide in the atmospheric surroundings right next to Small Boulevard.