Photo: Collective house near the Catholic mission on the Catrimani River, Roraima, 1976. Collection of the artist. © Claudia Andujar.
There is a risk that while the world places the Coronavirus pandemic at the forefront of its attention, other crucial issues will become swept under the rug. Environmental issues surrounding climate change and deforestation are important examples. That is why it is so encouraging to see the Fondation Cartier reopen their Claudia Andujar exhibition “The Yanomami Struggle” and extend the run until the 13th of September.
The Yanomami Struggle is a bold photographic exhibition with more than 300 images of the Yanomami people of the Amazon. The images highlight their struggles against deforestation and their way of life in the rainforest with an emotive impact. These images, along with the additional audiovisual elements and documents, should provide Parisians with a better understanding of the issues.
This should prove to be an enlightening show on an artistic, political and environmental scale. So, don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to appreciate these images and learn more.
From 16 June 2020 to 13 September 2020
261 Boulevard Raspail
75014 Paris 14
Reduced price : 7,50 €
Full price : 11 €
Average duration 6 hours