Through September 23, Oi Futuro in Rio de Janeiro is presenting photographs from the collective AMAZONAS. The exhibition, Olhar sem fronteiras (‘Seeing without borders’), on display at the cultural center in Flamengo, brings together the work of the collective’s eight photographers Alberto César Araújo, Alex Pazzuelo, Lula Sampaio, Maria di Andréa Hagge, Raimundo Valentim, Raphael Alves, Ruth Connected to the northern region of Brazil, these artists have undertaken both a journalistic and artistic investigation with their work on Amazonas, the country’s largest state. The exhibition addresses the Amazon rainforest, providing both a journey into the daily lives of its people and their customs, and an invitation to reflect on the changing conditions in which they live.
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