Radical Women

Pinacoteca de São Paulo
Creative Direction

D&AD: Wood Pencil
Clube de Criação: 1 Gold, 3 Bronze, 2 Shortlist
Wave Festival: 1 Gold, 1 Bronze

Radical Women

Pinacoteca de São Paulo
Creative Direction

Radical Women

Pinacoteca de São Paulo
Creative Direction

Radical Women

Pinacoteca de São Paulo
Creative Direction

Radical Women

Pinacoteca de São Paulo
Creative Direction

Radical Women is an exhibition that delves into the power of resistance art between the 60s and 80s, a time when many of Latin American countries were under military rule.

In this key period for the history of Latin America and the development of contemporary art, 120 women from 15 countries were not silent and innovated in photography, video and experimental mediums.

Radical Women is an exhibition that delves into the power of resistance art between the 60s and 80s, a time when many of Latin American countries were under military rule.

In this key period for the history of Latin America and the development of contemporary art, 120 women from 15 countries were not silent and innovated in photography, video and experimental mediums.

Radical Women is an exhibition that delves into the power of resistance art between the 60s and 80s, a time when many of Latin American countries were under military rule.

In this key period for the history of Latin America and the development of contemporary art, 120 women from 15 countries were not silent and innovated in photography, video and experimental mediums.

Radical Women is an exhibition that delves into the power of resistance art between the 60s and 80s, a time when many of Latin American countries were under military rule.

In this key period for the history of Latin America and the development of contemporary art, 120 women from 15 countries were not silent and innovated in photography, video and experimental mediums.

Radical Women is an exhibition that delves into the power of resistance art between the 60s and 80s, a time when many of Latin American countries were under military rule.

In this key period for the history of Latin America and the development of contemporary art, 120 women from 15 countries were not silent and innovated in photography, video and experimental mediums.

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