The KBr Photo Center is preparing the largest exhibition dedicated to the Brazilian artist.
The KBr Photo Center begins the exhibition program of 2021 with two proposals, one of them dedicated to the Brazilian artist Claudia Andujar. Andujar has dedicated his life, for over 50 years, to photographing and protecting the Yanomami, one of the indigenous groups in Brazil that is seriously threatened. This research is part of the work presented by the Fundación MAPFRE at the centre, in collaboration with the Moreira Salles Institute. The exhibition will open on February 26 and you can visit it at the photo centre until May 23.
Thyago Nogueira, curator of the exhibition, presents a selection of works around the Yanomami. After four years of research in the Andujar archive, the exhibition has managed to gather about 200 photographs, where she masters the experimental language, which are accompanied by an audiovisual installation and a series of drawings made by members of the Yanomami community. You can also see a smaller selection of photographs of Andujar taken in Brazil during the early 1960s.
You can visit the exhibition from Tuesday to Sunday, including public holidays, from 11 am to 7 pm. Book your ticket on the KBr Photo Center website for 5 euros.
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