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Maria Eugênia Sá

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Professional/Personal Overview

Maria Eugênia Sá, after working in Better Comunicacão advertising agency’s art, video and image departments from 1990-92, moved on to fashion production at Estilo e Arte in 1993. In 1998 she worked as a photography and production director at the project FashionCD, a multimedia fashion history. In 2000 she worked as a photography and production director of the Mileu Fashion site in the U.S.

In 2001 Ms. Sá traveled with her partner Vinicius Souza through Czech Republic, Hungary, Germany and Romania, where she participated in the International Documentary Photography Exhibition at Terezin, Czech Republic. In 2002 they went to Africa to start the project, "A New Look on Lusophone Africa". From 2002 to 2004, the documentary photograph work "Angola - The Hope of a People" was exhibited in Brazil. The work received a great response. In June 2003 Mr. Souza and Ms. Sá published an eight-page article, "Angola em Dias de Esperanca - Angola in Days of Hope" in Horizonte Geográfico, one of the most important cultural and geographically-focused magazines in Brazil. From May to July 2003, both participated in the São Paulo 6th International Month of Photography, with the documentary photography exhibition "Reminiscences of Terezin", on an old Czech fortress and Jewish Ghetto in Czech Republic.

From 2002 – 2004, Ms. Sá participated in many group exhibitions such as "Foto São Paulo", "Coletiva Sorocaba” SP and "Woman and Solidarity" at João Pessoa PB. Three of her pictures won the "Concurso Mulheres Fotografando Mulheres 2003" (2003 Women Photographing Women Prize), from Centro da Mulher 8 de Maio.

Since 2001, Ms. Sa has worked on photograph documentaries such as:

Reminiscences of Terezin
Angola - The Hope of a People
Colombia: Which Civil War?

Work Samples

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Colombian 'Democracy' and 80 Years of Murdering Workers
Finally, Safe Demining
In Colombia, Land Mines Claim Three Victims a Day
Crime Rate Decreases in São Paulo and Bogotá
One Country, Several Wars
Identity Crisis

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