Glad Macedo is a Bahian photographer who traveled to Tanzania in 2015. There, for a fortnight, he made photographic records of the country’s biodiversity and also of the Maasai people, who live in villages bordering Kenya.
Some of these images are part of the Africa Yetu exhibition, which will be on display until October 13 at Salvador Norte Shopping, in the Bahian capital.
The show has already passed through the São Paulo subway, Rio de Janeiro and other places in the city. The project also has a documentary and has been exhibited in kindergartens, schools, and universities. Admission is free.
+ More info: www.gladmacedo.com. (Available in Portuguese)