A colorful voyage into the heart of a traditional street in Porto Alegre in southern Brazil. Fernanda Chemale photographed its picturesque houses and the daily lives of the children who play there, the women who gather in front of their doors to talk, the festivals and the flow of life. “Travessa dos Venezianos is a protected street inside a neighborhood where only one car at a time can enter,” says Chemale. “The artist association Chico Lisboa is located on this street. It was behind an exhibition devoted to the street, curated by Zoravia Bettiol.”
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