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Thursday, September 27, 2007

Eyes to See, Eyes to Notice

In a retrospective that celebrates her 35 years of carrer, Iolanda Huzad exhibit, till October 14th, in Museum of Image and Sound (MIS), a set of approximately 60 images that represent a little clipping of her ample production as a photographer.

In the exhibition Eyes to See, Eyes to Notice will be contemplated four thematic axis developed by Iolanda during her trajectory. The first of them, Stage, is composed by significative images of theatre and Brazilian popular music.

In the thematic axis Work, Iolanda joined photos that focus the Brazilian workers quotidian, and some of countries as Honduras and Guatemala. In Childhoods, are presented images that builds narratives about Brazilian children. At last, in Popular Culture axis, parties, dances, costumes and Brazilian art are framed by the photographer's lens, as result of her travels around the country.

Museu da Imagem e do Som (MIS)
Europa Avenue, 158
From Tue. to Sun. from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. till October 14th
R$ 3,00 (On Saturdays the entrance is free)


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