"Bandits & Heroes, Poets & Saints"

Woodcut by Amaro Francisco
Photograph courtesy of the DuSable Museum of African American History Woodcut by Amaro Francisco

The newest exhibit at the DuSable examines how African, European and indigenous traditions collided over the past 500 years to form the distinctive culture of Brazil. Visitors can view a collection of more than 200 works that document the people, beliefs and art associated with South America's largest country.

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