Expo 1976 Black Rio Movement

Book and exhibition celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Black Rio Movement, which had its heyday in Rio de Janeiro at the 70s. Released by José Olympio Publishing House and written by Zé Octávio Sebadelhe and Felipe Gaoners, the book tells the story of the movement that influenced a generation of artists, that started at the first black soul parties and then went across other suburban neighborhoods. It sought, through this new expression, an affirmation of the black pride, for the freedom and against racial prejudice. The exhibition shows Almir Veiga’s for a story in Jornal do Brasil newspaper, which documented the phenomenon of black parties in the suburbs, as well as exclusive works by Fábio Ema and Izolag, and honored presences of Carlos Dafé, Paulão Black Power, Don Filó, Sir Dema and others. Motion design: Marcio Belão. Production: Multimeios, Hare Rare and Evolutiva Estudio. Like the page!

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Book and exhibition celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Black Rio Movement, which had its heyday in Rio de Janeiro at the 70s. Released by José Olympio Publishing House and written by Zé Octávio Sebadelhe and Felipe Gaoners, the book tells the story of the movement that influenced a generation of artists, that started at the first black soul parties and then went across other suburban neighborhoods. It sought, through this new expression, an affirmation of the black pride, for the freedom and against racial prejudice. The exhibition shows Almir Veiga’s for a story in Jornal do Brasil newspaper, which documented the phenomenon of black parties in the suburbs, as well as exclusive works by Fábio Ema and Izolag, and honored presences of Carlos Dafé, Paulão Black Power, Don Filó, Sir Dema and others. Motion design: Marcio Belão. Production: Multimeios, Hare Rare and Evolutiva Estudio. Like the page!

1976 Black Rio Movement book

Book and exhibition celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Black Rio Movement, which had its heyday in Rio de Janeiro at the 70s. Released by José Olympio Publishing House and written by Zé Octávio Sebadelhe and Felipe Gaoners, the book tells the story of the movement that influenced a generation of artists, that started at the first black soul parties and then went across other suburban neighborhoods. It sought, through this new expression, an affirmation of the black pride, for the freedom and against racial prejudice. The exhibition shows Almir Veiga’s for a story in Jornal do Brasil newspaper, which documented the phenomenon of black parties in the suburbs, as well as exclusive works by Fábio Ema and Izolag, and honored presences of Carlos Dafé, Paulão Black Power, Don Filó, Sir Dema and others. Motion design: Marcio Belão. Production: Multimeios, Hare Rare and Evolutiva Estudio. Like the page!

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Book and exhibition celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Black Rio Movement, which had its heyday in Rio de Janeiro at the 70s. Released by José Olympio Publishing House and written by Zé Octávio Sebadelhe and Felipe Gaoners, the book tells the story of the movement that influenced a generation of artists, that started at the first black soul parties and then went across other suburban neighborhoods. It sought, through this new expression, an affirmation of the black pride, for the freedom and against racial prejudice. The exhibition shows Almir Veiga’s for a story in Jornal do Brasil newspaper, which documented the phenomenon of black parties in the suburbs, as well as exclusive works by Fábio Ema and Izolag, and honored presences of Carlos Dafé, Paulão Black Power, Don Filó, Sir Dema and others. Motion design: Marcio Belão. Production: Multimeios, Hare Rare and Evolutiva Estudio. Like the page!