This exhibition has way too much to include in just one post.
I’m looking here at a drawing project undertaken from 1971-1977 by Claudia Andujar and Carlo Zacquini. They brought paper and felt pens inviting the Yanomami who were interested to represent their daily life, myths and rituals.
Several artists emerged from this group, producing hundreds of drawings. See a few here.
These images, whether of daily life (woman giving birth – bottom left) or of creation myth (Yoasi with pregnant calf muscle – top right) have a delicacy and tenderness that I find very moving.