Giclée Print on Hahnemühle Fine Art Bariyta 325 g 40 x 60 cm Edition of 10 with a signed certificate of authenticityPrinted on demand
Kayapo people perform a dance to celebrate the ancient ritual of the Kukrut which has not been practiced for decades. Their land serves as a crucial barrier to deforestation advancing from the south. Over hundreds of years, the Kayapó fought Portuguese colonisers and their tribal neighbours. More recently, they have resisted illegal loggers and miners plundering their land. Now, they have to face the government of far-right President Jair Bolsonaro who wants to open up Brazil’s indigenous lands to mining, farming and other commercial activity.
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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