Bruce Experiences: Creating Landscapes

Thursday, October 21, 2021 — 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Bruce Experiences: Creating Landscapes 

Bruce Experiences: Creating Landscapes 

Speaker: Claudia Jaguaribe 

Bio: Claudia Jaguaribe was born in Rio de Janeiro, and studied art history, fine arts, and photography at Boston University.  Now, she primarily works in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. She is adept at capturing dualities between man and nature, real and subjective, urbanity and wilderness. Her art can be found in the collections of museums in Brazil and abroad, and in the pages of 15 books published of her works. In 2013 she co-founded the publishing company, Editora Madalena.

Description: 

Claudia Jaguaribe will give a talk on her perspective on contemporary Landscape Photography. Claudia has been photographing landscapes for almost 20 years and through her research, she has seen a great change in how nature is perceived and photographed. These changes are directly related to cultural perceptions and the environmental challenges we face and how we cope with them.

Claudia started out trying to secure a vision of unspoiled nature and now she feels we stand in a very different perspective and frame of mind. We are facing limits and transformations not seen before. Claudia Jaguaribe will show these different perspectives presenting images from 4 different series

Image Series:

  • Preservation and observation of nature - Quando eu vi series
  • Nature and the development of the city - Entre Morros  series
  • The absence of nature obliterated by the city - Sobre São Paulo series
  • Creating imaginary landscapes - Jardim Imaginários  series

 

Bruce Experiences programs, sponsored by Bank of America, are provided free of charge for Bruce Museum Members. Reservations are required.

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