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By Ciara Long, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – A collection of 28 paintings from plastics artist and poet opened last week in Rio’s Zona Sul (South Zone), offering an exploration of the theme of the struggle for racial equality in Brazil. The works, from artist Cláudio Leal Cacau, will remain as a part of the exhibition until May 21st.

The exhibit entitled ‘Raízes do Imaginário’ displays oil-painted canvases predominantly in red, white and black, showing neo-expressionist images . . .

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