Saturday, March 20, 2010

Photo exhibition of Brazilian landscapes shoot by a French photographer ends tomorrow

Marcel Gautherot (1910-1996) is a French who lived in Brazil who spent half a century of his life traveling and photographing Brazilian lands. With more than 25,000 negatives in his collection, the Instituto Moreira Salles celebrates this great photographer with exposure entitled Marcel Gautherot - North, which features 70 photographs, among fishermen, stilts, festive, and revealing the Gautherot's passion by the Amazon and the North region of the country. An important record of daily life and customs of the people of Brazil between 1930 and 1980 worth a visit.
[Camila Pompeu by B.Coolt]

Where: Instituto Moreira Salles, Rua Piauí, 844, 1st floor — Higienópolis
When: Ends tomorrow, March 21st, from 1pm till 6pm.
How much: For free

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