The first Brazilian exhibition dedicated to the legend, "Tina Turner: a journey to the future”. It unveils the beginning of the eternal Queen of Rock's career in the early 1960s to the late 1990s through the lenses of photographers who were part of the musical and cultural revolution that occurred in America during those decades.

With nearly 200 million records sold and 12 Grammys, Tina is one of the most successful singers of all time, and her story is told through authentic images that portray a unique personality and time that transcended decades and continues to influence generations.

Curated and creatively directed by the MOOC creative ecosystem and co-curated by Adriana Couto, "Tina Turner: a journey to the future" brings together about 120 photographs from the collection of The Music Photo Gallery taken by American photographers Ebet Roberts, Bob Gruen, and Lynn Goldsmith and Londoner Ian Dickson, as well as audiovisual and installation content.

The exhibit was organized around four main themes related to Tina's life: her unparalleled musical career; the female power that makes the artist a benchmark for overcoming adversity; her striking participation in the film industry; and her unique style reflected in her costumes and iconic hairstyles, involving collaborations with top fashion names.

Anna Mae Bullock was born on November 26, 1939, in Nutbush, in the conservative state of Tennessee, United States. She began her artistic career in 1957 under the name Little Ann, alongside Ike Turner, whom she was married to from 1962 to 1978. In 1960, Little Ann adopted the name by which she would become forever famous - Tina Turner - with the release of the single "A Fool in Love," still alongside Ike. Twenty-four years later, already divorced, after a turbulent period that involved an extremely abusive relationship, Tina released the single "What's Love Got to Do It" (from the album Private Dancer), which earned her the first Grammy and the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. In 1988, Tina entered the Guinness Book of Records for having achieved the largest audience for a solo artist's show. The show in question took place at the Maracanã stadium in Rio de Janeiro, gathered about 188,000 people, and was broadcast live worldwide.

Tina is an artist who anticipated trends. Always ahead of her time, she deserves her story to be told not only through a lens on the past, but also from a perspective of the future, as a metaphor for the visionary gaze that the artist has always expressed through her work. Tina is, above all, inspiration.

"Tina Turner: a journey to the future" is a production of Cinnamon + Phi in partnership with the Museum of Image and Sound (MIS) of São Paulo and the Secretariat of Culture and Creative Economy of the Government of the State of São Paulo. The exhibit is presented by C6 Bank and Mastercard. B3 and Lenovo are MIS's Gold Maintainers, which has institutional support from Kapitalo Investimentos in the Master category, Vivo, Travelex Confidence Group, and John Deere in the Gold category, TozziniFreire Advogados and Siemens in the Silver category. The media support is from JCDecaux, O Estado de S.Paulo, Folha de S.Paulo, Trip/TPM, Alpha FM, Nova Brasil FM, Eldorado Radio, and TV Cultura.