Museum of Tomorrow - Architecture Presentation - RIO DE JANEIRO
Brazil / Amazon Basin | "Mundrucu man" | Image taken from page 321 of 'Die Kopien der Weltkarte des Museum Borgia, etc. ~ Nachrichten von der Königlichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften und der Georg-August-Universität zu Göttingen. Published 22. Juni. 1892.
Another murals of Claudio Ethos from São Paulo for inspiration.
The Kayapo (Portuguese: Caiapó) people are indigenous peoples in Brazil, from the plain lands of the Mato Grosso and Pará in Brazil, south of the Amazon Basin and along Rio Xingu and its tributaries.
Here are some images from Brazilian twins Os Gemeos (São Paulo) latest exhibition Fermata at Museu Vale in Brazil. The show features some really amazing large scale pieces along with some smaller work which uses their signature character. All images Osgemeos®.
Gallery of Miguel Rio Branco Gallery / Arquitetos Associados - 1
um, wow. "Dining" and "relaxing after dinner" in Portuguese Brazil, 1834, from art by Jean Baptiste Debret. Illustrates the usual perks of slave-owning, e.g, fly-whisking at a feast, though depictions of naked floor-babies fed with tidbits like pets is not so often seen. More than 3 million Africans were sent to Brazil from the 16th to the 19th century, far more than those imported into North America. Brazil did not outlaw slavery until 1888. NYPL archive has many others from this series.