In Brief

A couple of weeks ago, the Anhangabaú valley, one of São Paulo’s landmark, hosted O Estrangeiro, a performance that brought together the local street art duo osgemeos and the French street theatre company Plasticiens Volants.

A couple of weeks ago, the Anhangabaú valley, one of São Paulo’s landmarks, hosted O Estrangeiro, a performance that brought together the local street art duo Os Gemeos and the French street theatre company Plasticiens Volants. The event, an audiovisual journey staged by huge painted balloon puppets which floated over the audience, was inspired by Albert Camus’ most renowned novel, L’Etranger (The Foreigner), and is part of a series of events that celebrate the year of France in Brazil. Families, hipsters, skaters, beggars – the audience was a melting pot.

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