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François Andes

Born in 1969, François Andes lives and works in northern France, in Faches-Thumesnil. Highlight of the salon Ddessin 2017 (Paris), he is an associated artist of the GACC He participated in several group and individual exhibitions, among which the exhibition “The Spirit of the Place” stands out, alongside the artists C. Lévêque and A. Fleischer, at the Center of Contemporary Art LabLabanque, in Béthune; and the exhibition at the Château du Rivau. His work as a visual artist also includes performances at Noites Brancas (Nuit blanches), in Paris, at the Musée de la Piscine, in Roubaix or at the European Capital of Culture, in Mons, in 2015.

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Guilherme Gontijo Flores

Guilherme Gontijo Flores is a poet, translator and professor of Latin at the Federal University of Paraná. published the poems of  misleading ember  (2013),  troyads  (2014-2015),  l'azur Blase  (2016),  Naharia  (2017)  and  coal : : grass  (2017 in Portugal, 2018 in Brazil), in addition to the novel  jewel story  (2019). translated  The Anatomy of Melancholy  by Robert Burton, the  Sixth Propertium Elegies  and  Sappho: complete fragments among others. wrote the essay  the ventriloquated woman  (2018). He is co-editor of the blog-magazine  escamandro and is a member of the Pecora Loca group, of poetry and(m) translation. At this moment, he finishes the complete poetry of Walt Whitman and works on the complete work of François Rabelais  and Horatio. 

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Marilda chestnut

Marilda Castanha was born in Belo Horizonte, where she graduated in Fine Arts at UFMG. He has dozens of illustrated books and participation in exhibitions, in Brazil and abroad. Among the awards received, the following stand out: the Illustration Jabuti in 2000 and 2011 (respectively with the books “Pindorama terra das Palmeiras” and “One thousand and one stars”). In 2017, she was awarded at the Nami Concours, in the Purple Island category, in South Korea, with the book “Sem Fim”. Last year, she was one of the curators of the FLI BH (Literary Festival of Belo Horizonte) and also participated in Espaço Infância, at the Rio de Janeiro Book Biennial, producing exclusive illustrations for the installation “Cobra Norato”. Today, Marilda lives and works as an author and illustrator of children's books in Santa Luzia, MG. 

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