Brazil Through the Lens
Is a photography group exhibition held in Moscow, Russia.
Presenting the rich diversity of Brazil to Russia, is one of the purposes of this project, which includes more than 15 photographers exhibiting their works starting from July 7th until July 14th.
The photos feature 12 Brazilian states, those which have hosted the 2014 World Cup.
The project was conceived and idealized by the curator Renato Negrao, who – over the last three years – has held photography exhibitions for Brazilian photographers in various cities among North America, Europe and Middle East.
Taking advantage of the fact that the whole world is watching Russia – the largest country, in the regional extension, during the 2018 FIFA World Cup, was one of the main motivations to make such an exhibition about Brazil – the last world cup host.
The curator found in this event a chance to unify the two countries: “Brazil in 2014 and Russia in 2018”.
The exhibition will be presented at Exposed Art Gallery in Shabolovka St, one of the most charming and culturally active neighborhoods in central Moscow. A space of 200 square meters is accommodating Brazil through the lens, landscape, culture and daily life photography.
With the photographers: Érico Hiller, Ivana Panizzi and;
Amarildo Oliveira, Ana Rodrigues, Andreia Tarelow, Ayman Abadleh, Bernardo Borges, Fernanda Fernandes, Gabriel Rizaffi, Isa Godoy, Ligia Lyra, Malu Mesquita, Máximo Hernandez, Lu Lisboa, Renata Bonfim, Rosana Salvoni, Simon Plestenjak and Vera Resende. Curated by Renato Negrao.
Opening: 07 July at 19:00
Opening hours: 08-13 July 12:00-19:00, 14 July 12:00-16:00