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By Fiona Hurrell, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Visual art and poetry, two very different medias, come together this month at the Oi Futuro Cultural Center in Ipanema as a joint display titled “Visual Poetry.” The exhibition showcases the work of Brazilian Poet Alberto Pucheu and visual artist Helena Trinidade and marks the fifth project of its kind. Curated by Alberto Saraiva, the display focuses primarily on the promotion of Brazilian prose and demonstrates the ability of both . . .

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