The photographs in the exhibition O Brasil que pouco se vê (Brazil As We Rarely See It) will be displayed on the walls of metro station Luz de São Paulo until December 31. For this series on the theme of health and quality of life of Brazil’s indigenous peoples, the photographer André François spent years in the Amazon among these communities.
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