prints - Ó Minas Gerais | My Land Our Landscape #64

Ó Minas Gerais | My Land Our Landscape #64

Wet Season. Serra Três Irmãos, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Brumadinho is the home of the most important Brazilian contemporary art museum, Inhotim. The outdoor museum is an oasis with landscape art by Burle Marx. It hosts art pieces from artists as Yayoi Kusama, Olafue Eliasson, Helio Oiticica, Paul McCarthy, Lygia Pape and the most important Brazilian documentary photographer and activist Claudia Andujar. Although the museum is safe, it is surrounded by mines. This is one of them. According to recent expansion plans, Inhotim has the potential to generate more job positions than its adjacent mines.
20°06’39.42" S 44°13’33.03" W

Archival Pigment Print on Baryta Paper
14x21 in - 1/3
22x33 in - 1/4

20% of sales goes to mining communities and initiatives to foster actions to improve mining communities.

Estimated delivery of first batch (before the end of the Summer 2019).
$ 600
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prints - Ó Minas Gerais | My Land Our Landscape #64

Júlia Pontés

(b.1983 - Minas Gerais, Brazil) - Based in Sao Paulo, New York, Buenos Aires, and Mumbai. She is a skilled drone pilot, aerial photographer, photographic printer and her photographic knowledge range from Large Format Film photography to advanced Photoshop skills.
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