EXHIBITIONS

. Portraits of Reality – Women of Strenght (São Paulo, São Paulo state): project that shows themes involving health and well-being of Brazilian women was displayed at subway stations between October and November 2015.

. Syngenta Photography Award (London, England): third place at Open Competition category. Displayed at Somerset House in May 2013.

. Brazil unseen (São Paulo): displayed at subway stations between November 2012 and January 2013. Pictures show the culture of different Indigenous people through health and quality of life perspective.

. Women of Strength (São Paulo): displayed at Conjunto Nacional in July 2012.

. Caring and The curve and the path (São Paulo): displayed at São Paulo Architecture Biennial between November and December 2011.

. Back Home (São Paulo): displayed at subway stations between August and November 2011.

. Life experiences: Glimpses over Doctors Without Borders (Brasil): three pictures from Haiti, taken for Life Project, were selected to be displayed at this exhibition promoted by MSF. It traveled around Brazil from May to September 2011, stopping at São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Porto Alegre, Brasília, Belo Horizonte, Curitiba and São José dos Campos.

. Caring and The curve and the path (Melbourne, Australia): pictures from these two books were displayed at the 63rd Annual UN Conference, which happened from August 30th to September 1st 2010.

. Choosing and living (Brasília, DF): displayed at the Ministry of Health in Brasília, in August 2010.

. Choosing and living (São Paulo): displayed at subway stations between July and September 2010.

. Caring and The curve and the path (New York, USA): 22 pictures from these two books were exhibited in June 2010 at the Service Employees International Union, the biggest health workers union of North America.

. Sound of the soul (São Paulo): individual exhibition was displayed in 2001 at Paul Mitchel Gallery.

. São Thomé das Letras (São Paulo): 40 pictures from François first big photo-documentary were displayed at Museum of Image and Sound (MIS, in Portuguese initials) in 1992.