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Ana Regina Nogueira is a Brazilian born in 1948. She studied psychology for two years at the Université Jussieu-Sorbonne in Paris, France, where, in 1972, she decided to become a free-lancer self-taught photographer. Between 1973 and 1980 she documented the Brazilians for different anthropological researches with the aim of capturing their spirit. In 1980 she went to live in Europe and the USA for five years, where she exhibit her work and did essays in England, Greece and New York. Since back she has worked mostly in Brazil. In 2006 it was organized a large retrospective of her work during the previous three decades until 2000 at the Musée Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain (MAMAC), Liège, Belgium. The Frenchman Pierre Devin was its curator. In 2012 she was commissioned for one and a half year to follow a group of seers in South American countries and in Portugal. In 2014 she published a book about street dogs. Her photographs have been exhibited internationally and are in some.