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Horizontal, color photo. View of the ILLUSTRATED WORKERS exhibition, curated by Chico Homem de Melo. On the left and right sides, red panels bear prints of worker illustrations. In the background, in the center, the expansion, by about two and a half meters, of the FABRIL WORKER illustration by Odileia Toscano. In front of him, a long table, which takes the photographer to the panel, brings the original books and magazines, from which the illustrations were taken.

“Illustrated Workers” at Sesc Santo Amaro; Watch the video

With a set of illustrations from literature, journalism, music production and historical, geographical and sociological essays, Trabalhadores Ilustrados offers a diversified panorama of the world of work in Brazil in the XNUMXth century.
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Nheë Nheë Nheë, Genealogy of Tropical Leisure

Playful, courageous and existential, Márcio Almeida recommends leisure to reach a truly creative moment

Agenda: Check out the highlights from April 21 to 27

In a post-SP-Arte week, rare are the galleries that open exhibitions, but institutions such as Sesc and Museu Afro Brasil stand out, the latter opening five exhibitions at once. On the other hand, Galeria Nara Roesler opens an exhibition by Abraham Palatnik in Rio de Janeiro