Tropicália

The fusion of global influences with the search for regional themes gives the main color to Tropicália, which also sought visual aesthetic references, dialoguing with the avant-garde, also, of the fine arts. We present rare and fundamental items for understanding the movement that ecloded in the late 60s in Southeastern Brazil, but whose main articulators are from Bahia, such as Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil, Tom Zé and Gal Costa. We bring a little of this visual language, through Helio Oiticica's controversial serigraphy, which was the backdrop for the movement's TV show that provoked even more tension in years of dictatorship, slogans that were part of the object-albums, of that time, or the work by Rubens Gerschman, who also influenced Tropicália.

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