Brazilian Art Museum of FAAP, in partnership with the College of the Public Ministry of the Union (ESMPU), held from September 4th, in Brasilia, the exhibition "ALL WE ARE ONE".
The exhibition, which includes works of art that reflect the concept of socio-cultural diversity, happens during the celebrations for the 20th anniversary of the promulgation of the Federal Constitution (which has, before the law, the principle of equality to all citizens), and it also marks the anniversary of a decade of ESMPU.
Its main objective is to provide, through paintings, prints, sculptures, videos and installations, the gestures - of solidarity and discrimination - that influence the construction of the identity of each human being.
The exhibition is divided into five parts: "Visual Identity", "Collective Identity", "Violence", "Pre-Concept" and "Coexistence". Each section is followed by a thought related to its subject, authored by renowned writers like Fernando Pessoa, Walt Whitman, Jean Paul Sartre and Mario Quintana. Artists like Lenilson, Gil Vicente, Fernando Carpaneda Vitor Mizael, Ricardo Ferraz, Orlandeli, among others, are represented by their works.