We are always ready to be involved with exhibitions, from providing a few prints for a themed show to planning and curating exhibitions on a large scale.
Any venue which has space availability and would like to be involved with something which makes a powerful contribution to public awareness about indigenous peoples, climate change and tropical rainforest environments should please contact us.
‘Spirit of the Amazon’
Our current exhibition is based on ‘Spirit of the Amazon’, an award-winning book by Sue and Patrick Cunningham. This is a multimedia exhibition consisting of up to 200 photographs with videos and the sounds of life in indigenous villlages. It can be tailored to the available space.
Our incredibly successful ‘Heart of Brazil’ exhibition has been shown in multiple venues in Brazil, the UK and the USA. Based on Sue and Patrick’s 2007 expedition of the same name, it shows the daily lives and struggles of the indigenous peoples of the Xingu River basin in an incredibly powerful display of cultural resilience.
We have also staged an exhibition featuring images from two indigenous cultural events; the first ever International Indigenous Games, which took place in Palmas, Tocantins State, Brazil in October 2015, and the Kuarup, the traditional funeral ceremony practiced in the Xingu Indigenous Park, which was held at the Brazilian Embassy in London. Here is a slideshow of the images used in the exhibition: Exhibition Slideshow