Giclée Print on Hahnemühle Fine Art Bariyta 325 g 40 x 60 cm Edition of 10 with a signed certificate of authenticityPrinted on demand
Katisiká Karipuna portrayed inside her house in the Panorama village. She is one of the four tribespeople who still speaks the Karipuna language. The majority of the tribe was wiped out by diseases following contact with Amazon settlers in the 1970’s, during Brazil’s military governments’ drive to occupy the Amazon. Today the Karipuna population number 40 members. The Karipuna Indigenous territory in Brazil’s North-western state of Rondonia sits on the so called “arc of deforestation,” the agricultural frontier advancing into the Amazon forest and one of the front lines of the country’s deadly conflict over land and resources.
Tommaso Protti is an Italian photographer based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He started his photographic career in 2011 after graduating in Political Science and International Relations. Since th ...Lees verder
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