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Xadalu Tupã Jekupé


An artist using elements of silk screen printing, painting, photography and objects to address in the form of urban art the tension between Indigenous and Western culture in cities. His work, and the conversations with wise men around the campfire, has become one of the most powerful resources of the visual arts against the erasure of Indigenous culture in Rio Grande do Sul. The dialogue and integration with the Guarani Mbyá community allowed the artist to rescue and acknowledge his own ancestry...Read more