The 200 photographs in the José Medeiros exhibition Crônicas brasileiras (Brazilian Chronicles), on view at the Instituto Moreira Salles de Poços de Caldas through January 12, 2014, offer a wide-ranging historical account of the country from the 1940s to the 1960s, from the poorest and most oppressed members of society to its most powerful.
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