The passage between the Sumaré subway station and the Unibes Cultural building, in the capital of São Paulo, will receive this Wednesday (11) a giant panel made with about 1,400 aluminum cans.
The installation reproduces a work by photographer Marcelo Krause, who became famous for his work in Fernando de Noronha, and features an underwater record of a hawksbill turtle.
The aluminum cans were chosen to compose the work because they have a recycling rate of about 99%, which can reduce the chances of incorrect disposal and avoid the sea as a final destination. The panel will be over 11 meters and will be on display until June 9. The action is carried out by Ball Corporation in partnership with Unibes Cultural.
Former BBB Tiago Abravanel and his husband, Fernando Poli, attended businessman Fernando Peixe’s birthday party, held last week in São Paulo. Former basketball player Hortência Marcari was also there. The event was held at the home of Peixe and his partner, Helinho Calfat, in the Cidade Jardim neighborhood.
with BIANKA VIEIRA, KARINA MATIAS and MANOELLA SMITH
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