Name Descriptor: Carybé×
  • [O autor das vinte e sete esculturas representando os...]
    Amado, Jorge, 1912-2001; Rego, Waldeloir
    1979
    This book is on the wooden panels sculpted by Carybé, an Argentine artist who resided in Brazil. The reliefs represent Candomblé Orishas, that is, male, female, or gender neutral Afro-Brazilian deities. In his introduction, Afro-Brazilian artist [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110537

  • Do Nordeste
    Bastide, Roger
    1951
    This text by sociologist Roger Bastide discusses drawings by Carybé, an Argentine artist who lived in the city of Salvador, Brazil. Bastide underscores the faithfulness of the iconography in Carybé’s illustrations and the connections between his [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110866

  • Iconografia dos deuses africanos no candomblé da Bahia
    Carybé; Amado, Jorge, 1912-2001; Verger, Pierre; Rego, Waldeloir
    1981
    These texts are selections from a book that includes 128 watercolors, created between 1940 and 1980 by the Argentine visual artist known as Carybé. The book records different aspects of the Afro-Brazilian rites of Candomblé: there are illustrations [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110541

  • Mestre Carybé
    Verger, Pierre Edouard Léopold
    Photographer Pierre Verger affirms that Argentine artist Carybé, who lived in Brazil, had not changed his habits or the way he treated his friends despite the notoriety he had obtained for his art. He describes the artist’s house in the Brotas [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110699