Nana Moraes

Photographer, was born in 1963 in Rio de Janeiro.
Graduated in journalism at PUC university in São Paulo.
Director of Retrato Espaço Cultural.
Coordinator of courses, workshops and lectures of the Valda Nogueira Education Space at Retrato Espaço Cultural.
Training Coordinator of FotoRio.
Has been working for over 30 years in the editorial, cultural and advertising markets.
Six times winner of the Abril Journalism Award.
Awarded by the Brazilian Advertising Association as "Destaque Profissional/Fotografia" in 2007 and 2011.
She has participated in several group exhibitions, including, "The Image of the Sound of MPB" (2006) and "The Image of the Sound of Samba" (2008), at Paço Imperial, Rio de Janeiro; and "Eternal Feminine Plural", at the International Labor Organization in Geneva (2011).
She published the book "Andorinhas", Nau Editora, RJ, 2011, the first book of the trilogy "DesAmadas" .
He exhibited "Andorinhas" in 2011 at Espaço Tom Jobim in the Botanical Garden of RJ and, in 2012, in the II Foto em Pauta Tiradentes.
In 2017 he exhibited "Ausência" at the Centro Cultural Correios in the official program of FotoRio Encontro Internacional de Fotografia. In the same year he exhibited at the Casa da Cultura de Paraty at the Paraty em Foco Festival.
In 2018 he exhibited "Absence" at the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation at ABRASCO 2018 and participated in the celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
In 2019 he received the Jorge Careli Medal of Human Rights, in its 16th edition promoted by the Union of Workers of Fiocruz (Asfoc-SN).