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The Sights and Voices of Dispossession: The Fight for the Land and the Emerging Culture of the MST (The Movement of the Landless Rural Workers of Brazil)

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Emerging culture by media type -> Paintings 9 resources (Edited by Malcolm McNee. Translation © Else R P Vieira.)

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The Plastic Arts in the MST: Beauty as a Human Right
Malcolm K. McNee

Paintings: Resource 2
The houses of black plastic, often symbolic of the hardships endured …
Photo by Malcolm McNee, 2001. Reproduced by permission.

Paintings: Resource 3
"Prophet", unsigned painting dated 1999 and located in the Agrarian …
Photo by Malcolm McNee, 2001. Reproduced by permission.

Paintings: Resource 4
Peasant tools, powerful icons of the MST, defiantly foregrounding the …
Photo by Malcolm McNee, 2001. Reproduced by permission.

Paintings: Resource 5
"The hungry don't care if it's the right hand or left hand that feeds …
Photo by Malcolm McNee 2001. Reproduced by permission.

Paintings: Resource 6
Represenation of peasants confronting the barbed-wire fence of the …
Photo by Malcolm McNee, 2001. Reproduced by permission.

Paintings: Resource 7
Paintings displayed during a mística performance celebrating …
Still image from video by Malcolm McNee. Reproduced by permission.

Paintings: Resource 8
A dreamlike vision of pastoral peace and harmony, displayed during …
Still image from video by Malcolm McNee. Reproduced by permission.

Paintings: Resource 9
Unsigned collage/painting from the state of Espírito Santo displayed …
Photo by Malcolm McNee. Reproduced by permission.

 

 

 

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