Conceived by Sesc São Paulo, curated by critic and design historian Adélia Borges, the show highlights Brazilian handicrafts made by women and values ​​cultural heritage by bringing together the work of artisans and collectives from 14 cities in São Paulo, for which handicrafts it is a means of expression, identity affirmation and income generation.

With a wealth of braids, colors and shapes, the exhibition presents handcrafted works and their roots, from the chosen material, the community of origin and the creative artisan. The curatorship work also stands out for its geographical scope. During the research process, Adélia Borges mapped a rich artisanal diversity in the state, which resulted in an exhibition with works made in the capital of São Paulo and from the cities of Carapicuíba, Atibaia, Olímpia, Cananeia, Bertioga, São Bento do Sapucaí, Miracatu, Bauru, Américo Brasiliense, Guapiara, Eldorado, Tremembé, Bertioga and Osasco.

The exhibition runs until February 9, 2020.

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