Claudia Andujar (*1931) is one of South America's most important representatives of artistic-documentary photography. Within the framework of her involvement as an activist protecting and preserving the Yanomami, Brazil's largest indigenous people, she has been working on her most important series, Marcados (Eng. the marked ones), from the 1970s until today. The portraits are the starting point for an in-depth examination of Yanomami culture. The book also includes other groups of photographic works from the 1960s until today. In the impressive photo series, human beings in their relationship to society and politics, city and nature, enter into intimate dialogue with the subjective gaze of the photographer. In an accompanying interview with the curator Carolin K�chling, the artist gives in-depth insights into her creativity and work.Accompanies the exhibition: "Claudia Andujar. Tomorrow must not be like yesterday", 18.2. - 25.6.2017, MMK Museum f�r Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt am Main.English and German text.