Dalton Paula: Brazilian Portraits (Hardcover)

Before placing an order, please note:

  • You'll receive a confirmation email once your order is complete and ready for pickup. 
  • If you have a membership, please make a note of this in the order comments and we'll apply your discount.
  • If you place a pre-order in the same order as currently available titles, an additional shipping fee will be added to your order. 
  • Women & Children First is not responsible for lost or stolen packages.
Dalton Paula: Brazilian Portraits By Dalton Paula (Artist), Glaucea Helena de Britto (Editor), Adriano Pedrosa (Editor) Cover Image
By Dalton Paula (Artist), Glaucea Helena de Britto (Editor), Adriano Pedrosa (Editor)


"Paula's beautiful, ambitious project illuminates forgotten histories, honoring the overlooked." -Andrea K. Scott, The New Yorker

The Brazilian artist Dalton Paula (born 1982) works across painting, installation, photography and sculpture. Drawing on rigorous visual research, he seeks to critically interpret historical events, particularly as they have affected Black people in Brazil--a country that, after Nigeria, contains the second-largest population of African descent.
Dalton Paula: Brazilian Portraits showcases a sampling from the portrait series Paula embarked on in 2018, a tribute to the Black Brazilian men and women who fought for freedom and justice over the course of several centuries but have been systematically erased from the country's dominant historical narrative. Through his portraits (one of which--a gripping rendering of the Brazilian slave rebellion leader Zeferina--appears on the cover of the much-acclaimed 2021 volume Afro-Atlantic Histories), Paula provides much-needed dignity, visibility and recognition to these valorous figures.

Product Details
ISBN: 9786557770221
ISBN-10: 6557770225
Publisher: Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo / Kmec Books
Publication Date: May 9th, 2023
Pages: 384
Language: English