Claudia Andujar is a Swiss-Brazilian photographer and human rights activist who is among the most significant artists working in documentary photography in South America. Since the 1970s she has produced more than 60,000 photographs in her efforts advocating for the rights of the Yanomami, Brazil’s largest Indigenous population. Andujar’s work has been shown in solo exhibitions at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris; Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami; and Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt. She has participated in group exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum, New York; Museu de Arte Moderna, Rio de Janeiro; and The Third Beijing Photo Biennial.
Current Exhibitions & Programs
2022 / core / exhibitionApr 1–May 28An installation bringing a photograph, a cultural tradition, and the power of resistance to life