Barcelona, Espanha Fundación Mapfre February 25 to May 23, 2021. In conjunction with the exhibition, the Fondation Cartier will publish the catalogue in both French and English, presenting the artist’s photographs as well as excerpts from her notebooks and Yanomami drawings. There are many photos of Yanomami who have already died but these photos are important for you to get to know and respect my people. Thyago Nogueira, Claudia Andujar, The Yanomami Struggle (Paris: Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, 2020). I was looking to find myself. Claudia Andujar first met the Yanomami in 1971 while working on an article about the Amazon for Realidade magazine. I was looking to find myself. Entre ellos, la Fondation Cartier, quien reabrirá sus puertas con la exposición Claudia Andujar, La lucha Yanomami. Claudia Andujar se reunió por primera vez con los yanomami en 1971 mientras trabajaba en un artículo sobre la revista Amazon for Realidade. Located in Paris, the Fondation ... Claudia Andujar, The Yanomami Struggle From 17 October 2020 to 7 February 2021. La Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain présente la plus vaste exposition jamais consacrée à l’œuvre de la grande photographe brésilienne Claudia Andujar qui, depuis les années 1970, dédie sa vie à la photographie et à la défense des Yanomami, peuple amérindien parmi les plus importants de l’Amazonie brésilienne. By the late 1970s, Claudia Andujar had reached a turning point in her career. Applying Vaseline to the lens of her camera, using flash devices, oil lamps, and infrared film, she created visual distortions, streaks of light, and saturated colors, thus imbuing her images with a feeling of the otherworldly – this is written in a statement by the Fondation Cartier. an indigenous people who live in the Amazon rainforest on the border between Brazil and Venezuela, in the struggle for their rights.... Sarah Sze, De nuit en jour / Night into Day. It was instinctive. Italy. Claudia Andujar first met the Yanomami in 1971 while working on an article about the Amazon for Realidade magazine. Courtesy the artist and Fondation Cartier, Paris A wall bisects the basement gallery. Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain uses cookies to improve your experience on this website. The Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain is pleased to announce the largest exhibition to date dedicated to the work of Claudia Andujar. Text: English. Those who do not know the Yanomami will know them through these images. This publication highlights Claudia Andujar’s extraordinary contribution to the art of photography and the defense of human rights, as well as the preservation of the environment and cultural diversity. Triennale Milano, In the exhibition, we will present previously unseen photographs from this series. From June 16 to September 13, 2020, discover the Yanomami people and … Everything seems essential. Neuchatel, Suiza, 1931. The explosive force of her photography remains relevant today in view of the renewed threats facing the Yanomami and the Amazon basin. Photograph: Claudia Andujar. This project brings many outsiders into the Amazon, rapidly leading to the breakdown of Yanomami social fabric and the spread of deadly diseases within their communities. Photographer: Claudia Andujar, born in Neuchatel, Switzerland and resides in Brazil. The Fondation Cartier is pleased to announce the presence of Claudia Andujar, Davi Kopenawa, Bruce Albert and Thyago Nogueira at the exhibition’s opening events. The Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain is pleased to announce the largest exhibition to date dedicated to the work of Claudia Andujar. Claudia Andujar, courtesy Fondation Cartier. Curator of the exhibition: Thyago Nogueira, Head of the Contemporary Photography Department at Instituto Moreira Salles, Brazil assited by Valentina Tong, Exhibition coordinator: Leanne Sacramone, assisted by Juliette Lecorne, In collaboration with Instituto Moreira Salles (São Paulo), To stay up-to-date with our news, follow us on. The exhibition Claudia Andujar, the Yanomami Struggle will open on January 29 and will be on view until May 10 at Fondation Cartier Pour l’Art Contemporain, 261 Boulevard Raspail, Paris. Then she taught me to fight, to defend our people, land, language, customs, festivals, dances, chants, and shamanism. She grew up in Transylvania, which at the time had recently been incorporated to Romania after years of Hungarian domination. She is not Yanomami, but she is a true friend. A selection of these drawings representing Yanomami myths, rituals, and shamanic visions will be presented in the exhibition. This audiovisual installation, which has been recreated specifically for the exhibition, was originally made in reaction to the decrees signed in 1989, which broke up Yanomami territory in nineteen separate reservations. Claudia Andujar, Young woman in a hammock, collective house of the Korihana thëri family, Catrimani, Roraima, 1972–76. 261, boulevard Raspail 75014 Paris T: +33 (0)1 42 18 56 50 Durante más de cinco décadas, Claudia Andújar ha dedicado su vida a fotografiar y proteger a los yanomami, uno de los mayores grupos indígenas de Brasil; la artista, nacida en 1931 en la localidad suiza de Neuchâtel y residente en São Paolo, se confiesa conectada con la tierra, las luchas primeras y aquellas acciones vinculadas a nuestra supervivencia esencial, quizá … All of that moves me deeply. I was driven there, to the Amazon jungle, for this reason. She wore the clothes of the Yanomami, to make friends. The partnership inaugurated last October 17th, 2020 with the exhibition Claudia Andujar, The Yanomami Struggle, will continue in 2021 with Les Citoyens, Guillermo Kuitca on the collection of the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain. Claudia Andujar, The Yanomami Struggle. It was instinctive. The Night Vision 20/20 app joins Sze’s two original … She explained things to me like my own mother would. By proceeding to browse on our site, you accept the use of cookies. Titled The Yanomami Struggle, the show comprises 300 photographs alongside an audio-visual installation and drawings by the Yanomami people — an exhaustive portrayal of Andujar’s contribution to modern photography and her political … La Fundación Cartier para el Arte Contemporáneo presenta la mayor exposición hasta ahora dedicada al trabajo y activismo de la fotógrafa Claudia Andujar. I did not know how to fight against politicians, against the non indigenous people. The Fondation Cartier is pleased to announce the presence of Claudia Andujar, Davi Kopenawa, Bruce Albert and Thyago Nogueira at the exhibition’s opening events. And thanks to Claudia Andujar, the Brazilian photographer born (Claudine Haas) in Switzerland in 1931, who fled Europe and her father’s extermination in Dachau, we can discover … During WWII, Claudia’s father, a Hungarian Jew, was deported to Dachau where he was killed along with most of her paternal relatives. During WWII, Claudia’s father, a Hungarian Jew, was deported to Dachau where he was killed along with most of her paternal relatives. The artist was struck by how these labels recalled the numerical tattoos of those ‘branded for death’ during the Holocaust. Opening at Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain is an exhibition by Swiss-born Brazilian photographer an activist Claudia Andujar. In 2019, the Fondation Cartier in Paris hosted the exhibition Claudia Andujar. From January 30 to September 13, 2020 The Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain is pleased to announce the largest exhibition to date dedicated to the work of Claudia Andujar. The exhibition will explore Claudia Andujar’s extraordinary contribution to the art of photography as well as her major role as a human rights activist in the defense of the Yanomami. • Claudia Andujar: The Yanomami Struggle is at the Fondation Cartier, Paris, 30 January – 10 May. She arrived at the Catrimani mission. One of the other major works presented in this section is Genocide of the Yanomami: Death of Brazil (1989-2018). Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain and Triennale Milano are pleased to announce the exhibition that will inaugurate their partnership "Claudia Andujar, The Yanomami Struggle", curated by Thyago Nogueira for the Instituto Moreira Salles - IMS in Brazil.. Produced with photos from Claudia Andujar’s archive, re-photographed using lights and filters, the projection leads the visitor from a world of harmony to one devastated by the progress of Western civilization. They will also participate in The Night of the Yanomami, a talk organized on this occasion. Focusing closely on faces and body fragments, she tightly frames her images, using a dramatic chiaroscuro to create a feeling of intimacy and draw attention to individual psychological states. From January 30th to May 10th, 2020, Fondation Cartier honors Brazilian photographer and activist Claudia Andujar. For over five decades, she has devoted her life to photographing and protecting the Yanomami, one of Brazil’s largest indigenous group. She wore the clothes of the Yanomami, to make friends. From the very beginning, her approach differed greatly from the straightforward documentary style of her contemporaries. At this point in her career photography, she put her artistic project aside and used photography primarily as a means to raise awareness and support her cause. Some of the Yanomami worked on the construction of the North Perimeter Highway in Catrimani, 1975 … She later revisited these portraits and created the Marcados series, which reveal the ambiguity inherent in this act of labelling even if it is ultimately for their survival. The Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain is pleased to announce the largest exhibition to date dedicated to the work of Claudia Andujar. Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, From Alongside the many photographs taken during this period, the exhibition will also present a selection of Yanomami drawings. In conjunction with the exhibition, the Fondation Cartier will publish the catalogue in both French and English, presenting the artist’s photographs as well as excerpts from her notebooks and Yanomami drawings. Italy. Andujar produced some of her most indelible work during this period, including the installation on display at the Fondation Cartier—a sort of illustrated time line, accompanied by a haunting mix of Yanomami chants, that lays out the gradual degradation of Yanomami culture caused by the stress of Western meddling. They are wearing numbered labels to help identify them for their medical records. She is not Yanomami, but she is a true friend. For over five decades, she has devoted her life to photographing and protecting the Yanomami, one of Brazil’s largest indigenous group. Triennale Milano, Opening at Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain is an exhibition by Swiss-born Brazilian photographer an activist Claudia Andujar. A soundtrack composed by Marlui Miranda combining Yanomami chants and experimental music accompanies this installation. Based on four years of research in the photographer’s archive, this new […] For over five decades, she has devoted her life to photographing and protecting the Yanomami, one of Brazil’s largest indigenous group. The Fondation Cartier welcomes Claudia Andujar and her “The Yanomami Struggle” exhibition. 261, boulevard Raspail 75014 Paris T: +33 (0)1 42 18 56 50 The photographs she made during this period show how she experimented with a variety of photographic techniques in an attempt to visually translate the shamanic culture of the Yanomami. Taken with infrared movie, 1976 Artists and contributors of the exhibition: Discover an interactive map dedicated to the garden 24 trees species. The exhibition Claudia Andujar, The Yanomami Struggle will be shown at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, in Paris, until 10 May 2020. Milan, The Fondation Cartier is pleased to announce the presence of Claudia Andujar, Davi Kopenawa, Bruce Albert and Thyago Nogueira at the exhibition’s opening events. French, English and Italian versions Find out more. With texts by Claudia Andujar, Thyago Nogueira and Bruce Albert, it will feature a map of Yanomami territory as well as a timeline documenting the artist’s life and the history of the Yanomami people. In the early 80s Claudia Andujar took a series of black-and-white portraits of the Yanomami as part of a vaccination campaign. “The Yanomami Struggle” - the exhibition recently reopened at Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in Paris (closing date September 13th, 2020) - focuses on the meteoric work by the photographer and militant Claudia Andujar (b. Switzerland, 1931), whose life and career have been devoted to the defense of the Yanomami Brazilian tribe. All of that moves me deeply. Fascinated by the culture of this isolated community, she decided to embark on an in-depth photographic essay on their daily life after receiving a Guggenheim fellowship to support the project. One of the other major works presented in this section is Genocide of the Yanomami: Death of Brazil (1989-2018). January 30 The exhibition at Fondation Cartier is, once again, more political than artistic. She was thinking about her project, what she was going to do, what she was going to plant. Claudia Andujar also developed a series of sober black-and-white portraits that capture the grace, dignity and humanity of the Yanomami. Claudia Andujar, La Lutte Yanomami La Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, en partenariat avec Courrier international, a le plaisir de vous annoncer la réouverture de la Fondation Cartier à partir du 16 juin 2020 avec l’exposition Claudia Andujar, la lutte Yanomani. 38,752 were here. For over five decades, she has devoted her life to photographing and protecting the Yanomami, one of Brazil’s largest indigenous group. Everything seems essential. Essays by Claudia Andujar, Thyago Nogueira and Bruce Albert. La Lutte Yanomami, showing the work of the renowned photographer and activist.Famous worldwide for her devotion to the Yanomami, one of the largest indigenous group of Brazil, Claudia Andujar has spent fifty years of her life documenting and fighting for the preservation of the Yanomami people and their culture. January 30 Claudia Andujar. My people are in them. After years photographing the Yanomami herself, Claudia Andujar felt it was important to provide them with the opportunity to represent their own conceptions of nature and the universe. Publication Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris. Vive y trabaja en Brasil desde 1954. The second features the work she produced during her period of activism, when she began to use her photography as a tool among others for political change. She explained things to me like my own mother would. In 1992, following the campaign led by Claudia Andujar, Carlo Zacquini, Bruce Albert and the Yanomami shaman and spokesman, Davi Kopenawa, the Brazilian government agreed to legally demarcate Yanomami territory. Those who do not know the Yanomami will know them through these images. Produced as part of the Parisian exhibition Sarah Sze, Night into Day, this immersive tool plunges users, wherever they may be, into a nocturnal dream world.. Fundada en 1984 por la Maison Cartier, ofrece un entorno creativo único para artistas de todo el mundo y para la difusión de sus obras a un amplio abanico de público. Claudia Andújar “La Lutte Yanomami” Fondation Cartier Paris. Concibe la artista de origen suizo sus imágenes como una forma de compromiso con el mundo y con su entorno y como un modo de conocer al otro; también a sí misma. My people are in them. Por más de cinco décadas, la artista ha dedicado su vida a fotografiar y proteger al pueblo Yanomami, uno de los grupos indígenas más grandes de Brasil. The Fondation Cartier is pleased to announce the presence of Claudia Andujar, Davi Kopenawa, Bruce Albert and Thyago Nogueira at the exhibition’s opening events. La mostra Claudia Andujar, la lotta Yanomami inaugura la partnership della durata di otto anni tra Triennale Milano e Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain. Milán respirará cultura gracias a la colaboración entre la Fundación Cartier y la Trienal de Milán, que comienza con la exposición de fotografía Claudia Andújar, The Yanomami Struggle, dedicada al trabajo de esta artista brasileña volcada en la defensa de uno de los mayores grupos indígenas del país carioca.“Durante ocho años, Triennale Milano y la Fondation Cartier … The way one would plant a banana tree, the way one would plant a cashew tree. She arrived at the Catrimani mission. It is divided into two sections reflecting the dual nature of a career committed to both aesthetics and activism. This situation reminded her of the genocide in Europe, and its impact on her was such that she decided to deepen her commitment to the Yanomami struggle. Andujar pasó su infancia en Rumania y Hungría. But some of you might be interested to discover the fight led by the Yanomami people in North Western Brazil and Venezuela. Claudia Andujar fled with her mother to Switzlerand, immigrated first to the United States in 1946, then to Brazil in 1955 where she began a career as a photojournalist. You have never visited them, but they are present here. The young Susi Korihana thëri swimming, infrared film, Catrimani, Roraima, 1972–74. to She thus initiated a drawing project, equipping members of the community with markers and paper. Produced with photos from Claudia Andujar’s archive, re-photographed using lights and filters, the projection leads the visitor from a world of harmony to one devastated by the progress of Western civilization. Courtesy the artist and Fondation Cartier, Paris In an adjoining room, the audiovisual installation Genocidio do Yanomami: morte do Brasil (1989/2018) acts as a coda to the exhibition. In 1992, following the campaign led by Claudia Andujar, Carlo Zacquini, Bruce Albert and the Yanomami shaman and spokesman, Davi Kopenawa, the Brazilian government agreed to legally demarcate Yanomami territory. Interpreting Yanomami Culture Claudia Andujar first met the Yanomami in 1971 while working on … Claudia Andujar – The Yanomami Struggle. It is very important for all of you to see the work she did. The photographs she made during this period show how she experimented with a variety of photographic techniques in an attempt to visually translate the shamanic culture of the Yanomami. En Barcelona, el nuevo centro de fotografía KBr de la Ronda del Litoral estrenará en 2021 su programación con una gran exposición de Claudia Andújar presentada junto a la Fondation Cartier. Comisariada por Thyago Nogueira para el Instituto Moreira … Perhaps I have always searched for the answer to the meaning of life in this essential core. The way one would plant a banana tree, the way one would plant a cashew tree. The Fondation Cartier is pleased to announce the presence of Claudia Andujar, Davi Kopenawa, Dario Kopenawa, Carlo Zacquini, Bruce Albert, and Thyago Nogueira at the exhibition’s opening events. It is very important for all of you to see the work she did. She grew up in Transylvania, which at the time had recently been incorporated to Romania after years of Hungarian domination. Claudia Andujar, La Lutte Yanomami Fondation Cartier pour L'Art Contemporain January 30 to September 13, 2020 (reopened June 16, 2020) Milano, Italia Claudia Andujar: La lotta Yanomami Triennale Milano October 17, 2020 to February 7, 2021. The construction of a transcontinental highway in the Amazon, initiated by Brazil’s military government, opened up the region to deforestation as well as invasive agricultural programs, bringing epidemics to the Yanomami and leading to the annihilation of entire communities. Claudia Andujar, The Yanomami Struggle. Andujar’s art and activism are being celebrated in an extensive retrospective, Claudia Andujar: La Lutte Yanomami (“The Yanomami Struggle”), of more than 350 of her still and moving images, at Paris’s Fondation Cartier, curated by Thyago Nogueira, head of contemporary photography for … La Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain . Claudia Andujar, The Yanomami Struggle by Claudia Andujar, Thyago Nogueira, Bruce Albert - Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain From January to September 2020, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain presents the first large European retrospective devoted to photographer Claudia An The Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain presents Night Vision 20/20, a work created by Sarah Sze her first foray into augmented reality and developed as an app. Then she taught me to fight, to defend our people, land, language, customs, festivals, dances, chants, and shamanism. She thus initiated a drawing project, equipping members of the community with markers and paper. Photograph: Claudia Andujar. A retrospective at Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris, Claudia Andujar: The Yanomami Struggle, held on Andujar’s eighty-ninth year, almost half a decade since she first began working with the Yanomami, allows for a reflection on the evolution of her practice in an exhibition spanning two floors of the light-filled, almost translucent, space. Claudia Andujar was born in Neuchâtel, Switzerland in 1931 and currently lives and works in São Paolo. A soundtrack composed by Marlui Miranda combining Yanomami chants and experimental music accompanies this installation. I was driven there, to the Amazon jungle, for this reason. Claudia Andujar also developed a series of sober black-and-white portraits that capture the grace, dignity and humanity of the Yanomami. Based on four years of research in the photographer's archive, this new exhibition curated by Thyago Nogueira for the Instituto Moreira Salles in Brazil, will focus on her work from this period, bringing together over three hundred photographs, a series of Yanomami drawings as well as her audiovisual installation Genocide of the Yanomami: Death of Brazil.

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