Two great exhibitions highlight the work of Brazilian photographers in … Paris! That’s right, Maison de l’Amérique Latine is the stage of the show "Jose Medeiros. Brésilienne Chroniques," a retrospective look at the Piaui artist’s work, curated by Sergio Burgi and Elise Jasmim. There are 160 images of Brazil in the 1940s and 1950s, from the collection of Instituto Moreira Salles. Among the works, a spread for the magazine article “As Noivas dos Deuses Sanguinários”(“The Bride of the Bloody Gods”), for O Cruzeiro magazine in 1951, deserves attention.
* In addition to José Medeiros, the trio Fernanda Magalhães, Rogério Reis and Edu Simões also got a space in the city, with the exhibition "Trois Photographes de FotoRio" at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, in Quartier Saint-Gervais. Talk about power!