Tupinamba Lambido (2018)

| Documentary, Short
Tupinambá Lambido is the name of a wheatpaste poster campaign conducted by a group of artists living and working in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Director:

Lucas Parente

Writers:

Geraldo Marcolini (co-writer), Adriano Melhem (co-writer) | 5 more credits »

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Status: Completed | See complete list of  »
Updated: 17 September 2018
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Tupinambá Lambido is the name of a wheatpaste poster campaign conducted by a group of artists living and working in Rio de Janeiro. The posters created by the group adopt the large format (3.20 by 1.90 m) used for advertising shows and events in the city, but they subvert this popular media through the use of humor and wit to resist and protest against the coup d'état that led to the deposition of the brazilian President Dilma Rousseff in 2016. The collective Tupinambá Lambido integrates the artists Adriano Melhem, Alexandre Vogler, Ana Miguel Pereira, André Parente, Geraldo Marcolini, Joana Traub Cseko and Roosivelt Pinheiro.

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Country:

Brazil

Language:

Portuguese

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