On the occasion of the exhibition « Claudia Andujar. The Yanomami Struggle » at Fondation Cartier in Paris, Les Inrocks met with three key protagonists of the show and asked them to speak about their involvment in the struggle.
Brasilian curator Thyago Nogueira is our second guest for this episode part of a series of three podcasts. Head of the contemporary photography department at Instituto Moreira Salles in Brasil, Thyago Nogueira was in charge of the largest exhibition to date devoted to Claudia Andujar's work. At Fondation Cartier, he is the co-curator of the second iteration of the show, adapted to its presentation in a new space. He examines with us the changing reception in Brasil of a unclassifiable work, overflowing by its innovative nature the usual categorisations of photojournalism or ethnographic reportage, as a continued attempt to translate the inner worlds and singularity of its subjects.
Additional reading : our portrait of Claudia Andujar
« Claudia Andujar. The Yanomami Struggle », from the 30th of January to May 10th at Fondation Cartier, Paris
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