The Moreira Salles Institute, having inaugurated the exhibition in its branch in Rio de Janeiro at the end of last year, shows until September Palermo of the Italian Letizia Battaglia in its offices in São Paulo. Letizia Battaglia started shooting late, almost 40 years old, when society was expecting her to be “a good mother and a good wife”. From there, she did not stop to capture images of her city, Palermo, in black and white and for years. Braving the very masculine and sometimes violent environments that were sometimes denied her because she was a woman, she mainly photographed […]
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