Fernanda Chemale has authored a previous book, “Tempo de Rock e Luz”, and “ElefanteCidadeSerpente”. As photographer and visual artist, she has worked with both authorial and documentary photography and video. She has curated exhibitions for for Porto Alegre em Cena Drama Festival’s, for curatorship and historical and iconographical research for a book celebrating the 150th anniversary of Porto Alegre’s Theatro São Pedro. Her images were acquired by the Pirelli-MASP permanent photography collection at Museu de Arte de São Paulo; by MAC-RS Museu de Arte Contemporânea do Rio Grande do Sul; and by Museu dos Descobrimentos in Portugal.
She has exhibit her photographs in Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro in FotoRio, Fotoseptiembre USA-SAFOTO in USA, Fotograma Festival in Uruguay, in FestFotoPOA, in Transatlântica PhotoEspaña in Turin Photo Festival and Paraty em Foco Festival. She had her work published in french magazine La Lettre de La Photography. Recently exhibited her photographs at Teatro Solís in Montevideo. She is starting the production of her next book, Desordem [Disorder], sponsored by Fumproarte. She is a contributor of the Nordestes Emergentes project developed by Fundação Joaquim Nabuco.
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