We are delighted to present you the amazing photos of a swiss photographer Claudia Andujar. The images narrate Andujar’s lifelong relationship with the Brazilian Amazon and the indigenous Yanomami people. During the 1970s, Andujar lived in the region during several long sojourns. Over the decades, she documented Amazonian landscape and flora, Yanomami traditional life and the contact of the native people with the white man. Eventually, she became an important activist in the indigenous people’s cause, successfully advocating for the demarcation of the Yanomami Land in 1992. In addition to Andujar’s work, the exhibition shows Yanomami drawings that the artist commissioned and collected during the 1970s. More than 400 photos and 95 drawings framed in Artglass™ by Groglass® are available for visitors in permanent exhibition in Inhotim – one of the most popular museums in the world, located in Brumadinho in southeast Brazil. To get more information, please visit the museum web page: http://www.inhotim.org.br/claudiaandujar/
Photos and framing by SOMAR – Groglass® partner in Brazil.