Brazil’s First Indigenous Curator: ‘We’re Not Afraid Anymore’

SÃO PAULO, Brazil — Sandra Benites’s work is all about finding common ground. As Brazil’s first Indigenous art curator, the 45-year-old educator, who grew up with the Guaraní Ñandeva people in the village of Porto Lindo, wants to use art to bridge the gap between Indigenous Brazilians and those from other backgrounds.

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By Jill Langlois

Photos by Gabriela Portilho for The New York Times

Originally published online on May 22, 2020.