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Laerte
Laerte in 2015
Laerte in 2015
BornLaerte Coutinho
(1951-06-10) 10 June 1951 (age 68)
São Paulo, Brazil
NationalityBrazilian
Notable works
Piratas do Tietê, Manual do Minotauro, Muchacha, Striptiras, Los Três Amigos
CollaboratorsAngeli, Glauco, Adão Iturrusgarai, Rafael Coutinho

Laerte Coutinho (born 10 June 1951), known mainly as simply Laerte, is a Brazilian cartoonist and screenwriter, known for creating comic strips such as Piratas do Tietê (Pirates of the Tietê River).

She was part of the Brazilian underground comics scene of the 1980s.[1] Together with Angeli and Glauco (and later Adão Iturrusgarai) she drew the collaborative comic strip Los Três Amigos [pt]. She has done work for publications such as Balão, O Pasquim, and Chiclete com Banana magazines, and draws regularly for Folha de S. Paulo newspaper. Since the mid 2000s, her strips have become more "philosophical" and less humor-focused, relying less on recurring characters.

She is a transgender woman.[2]

Career

In 1968 Laerte completed the Free Course of Drawing of the Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado. In 1969 she began to study journalism at the University of São Paulo but did not complete the course.

She created the character Leão for the magazine Sibila in 1970. During the 1970s, while a student at USP's Escola de Comunicações e Artes (School for Communications and Arts), she worked for the magazines Banas and Placar, and founded – with Luiz Gê – the magazine Balão. In 1974 she did her first work for a newspaper, Gazeta Mercantil.

In the same year she began producing campaign material for the Brazilian Democratic Movement during the elections. The following year she worked in the production of cards of solidarity in the movement of aid to political prisoners. In 1978 she drew stories featuring the character João Ferrador for the publication of the metalworkers' union in São Bernardo do Campo. She later found the Oboré agency specialized in producing communication materials for unions. The company published her book Illustration Union (1986), with a thousand illustrations, comics, and cartoons released for use by unions and other organizations.[3] She did media coverage for FIFA World Cups: those of 1978 (for the newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo), 1982 (for Folha de S. Paulo),and 1986 (for O Estado de S. Paulo).

At the end of the 1980s, she published comic strips for magazines such as Chiclete com Banana (edited by Angeli), Geraldão (edited by Glauco) and Circo, all by Circo publishing house, who would later launch her solo magazine Piratas do Tietê. In 1985 she released her first book, O Tamanho da Coisa, a collection of her cartoons. In 1991 Folha de S. Paulo began publishing her Piratas do Tietê comic strips. She regularly releases albums with collections of her strips, mainly published by Devir Livraria and L&PM Pocket.

Laerte has also worked as screenwriter, co-authoring scripts for comedy shows such as TV Pirata and Sai de Baixo and children's show TV Colosso.[4] She presents a talk-show on Canal Brasil, Transando com Laerte.[5]

Personal life

Assigned male at birth, she came out in 2009 as a crossdresser[6][7] and later as a transgender woman.[2] In 2012 she was a founding member of the Associação Brasileira de Transgêner@s ("Brazilian Association of Transgender People").[8][9] She contributed to the Google Doodle for International Women's Day 2018 by creating a short comic about a man and a transgender woman falling in love.[10]

Her son Rafael Coutinho is also a cartoonist.[11]

References

  1. ^ dos Santos, Aline Martins (2012). ""Udigrudi": o underground tupiniquim-Chiclete com Banana e o humor em tempos de redemocratização brasileira" (PDF). Fluminense Federal University. Retrieved 9 April 2014. Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  2. ^ a b "Laerte Coutinho e a luta LGBT". Retrieved 27 June 2016.
  3. ^ Exposição “Obra Pública” retrata luta sindical. Agência Sindical
  4. ^ "A história oral da 'TV Colosso' - Risca Faca". Risca Faca (in Portuguese). 13 October 2016. Retrieved 17 October 2016.
  5. ^ "Laerte estreia programa no Canal Brasil entrevistando atriz Marisa Orth - 02/06/2015 - Ilustrada - Folha de S.Paulo". www1.folha.uol.com.br. Retrieved 17 October 2016.
  6. ^ Rich, Johnston (30 September 2010). "Laerte Coutinho Comes Out As An Transvestite". Bleeding Cool. Retrieved 14 October 2011.
  7. ^ "Paradoxo de salto alto - Trip". Retrieved 27 June 2016.
  8. ^ de Barros e Silva, Fernando (28 September 2013). "Laerte em Trânsito". Transsexuaissp. Archived from the original on 30 August 2018. Retrieved 4 September 2019.
  9. ^ "Laerte em trânsito". revista piauí (in Portuguese). Retrieved 30 June 2018.
  10. ^ "Women's Day 2018".
  11. ^ "Rafael Coutinho relata como foi ver a transformação de seu pai Laerte | Vídeos | CQC | Band.com.br". CQC - Site oficial do Programa CQC | Band (in Portuguese). Retrieved 24 April 2017.

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