Faces in the Shadows
Antonio Veronese, Brazilian artist of international fame, has his works exhibited in many museums, public and private collections. He is the author of Famine, installed with the FAO - Rome; Save the Children, the United Nations; of Just Kids, a symbol of UNICEF, at the margin, at the University of Geneva, March, the Parliament of Brazil. For his work for the cause of child prisoners in Brazil, he was invited to the Commission on Human Rights at the United Nations, and received the Supreme Court of Justice of Brazil marked "Honoris Causa".
Most recently his work has been at Art Paris, 2009, a solo exhibit at Barbizon Painters Village and at the Historical Museum - Domaine National de Saint-Cloud.
Antonio Veronese lives in France and Brazil.
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