“CEA took us on an excursion to Iguazu Falls, which are massive waterfalls that border Argentina and Brazil. We spent the day exploring the various viewpoints in the national park and even got to ride.
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Photo from Claudia Jaguaribe’s “Between Hills" of Rio de janeiro, as seen from the (no doubt intentionally claustrophoic) perspective of children in the favelas who can see the more affluent apartment complexes in the background
Meet the artist Josias Monteiro Born on Vitória, a small island on the southeastern coast of Brazil, Josias Monteiro started drawing and painting at age 4. Never attending art school, he relied on his natural talent and keen eye for detail to create his art. As his skills developed and his work became more complex, he moved toward a surrealistic approach. The colors he uses represent the spirituality of life and the abstract forms he uses mimic the complex viewpoints of the situation…