06.11.16 by Staff

Faces of Indigenous Brazilians Projected onto Rainforest

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French photographer Philippe Echaroux projects portraits of Brazil’s Suruí tribe onto the Amazon rainforest in his latest project “The Blood Forest”. Invited by chief Almir Surui Narayamoga to help draw attention to the issue of deforestation, Echaroux highlights members of the tribe that have been working to replant and protect their section of the forest. See more images below or in display at the Taglialatella gallery in Paris November 10 – December 15.

 

 

 

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Philippe Echaroux’s Website

Taglialatella Gallery Website

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  • Edward_Westerhuis

    I find this so moving

  • Lejla Sijamija Bahtijar

    Good job! (y)





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