Cláudia Leão Born in 1967, lives in Belém (PA). She is a photographer and a researcher, PhD in Communication and Semiotics at PUC-SP. She has experience in the area of Arts, with emphasis in photography with the themes: image ontogenesis, memory, oblivion, longing, schizophrenia and visual arts. Mains publications: “Visões e Alumbramentos” (Visions and Illuminations) – Contemporary Photography, Joaquim Paiva Collection, Brazil Connects; “Mapas Abiertos (Opened Maps) – Latinamerican Photography”, 1991-2002; “Photography in Brazil: a look from its origins to contemporary times”; “Já: Emergências Contemporâneas” (“Already: Contemporary Emergencies”). As an artist she took part at “Directions of New Brazilian Art” (Rumos da Nova Arte Brasileira) – Between the World and the Subject – Rumos Visual Arts; “Visions and Ilumminations”, Joaquin Paiva Collection; Parallel Exhibit – 25th Biennial of São Paulo; Amazon, the art and Prêmio Diário Contemporâneo de Fotografia (Prize of Contemporary Diary of Photography).
Série Tuas Imagens, Minhas Imagens