Name Descriptor: Santos, Agnaldo Manoel dos, d. 1962×
  • A defasagem africana ou crônica do I Festival Mundial de Artes Negras
    Valladares, Clarivaldo Prado
    1968
    This text by historian and critic Clarival do Prado Valladares discusses the First World Festival of Black Arts held in Dakar, Senegal, in 1966. He places emphasis on the range of perspectives in the lectures by African intellectuals working outside [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110461

  • Agnaldo e a escultura afro americana
    Leite, José Roberto Teixeira
    1967
    The critic José Roberto Teixeira Leite rates the artist Agnaldo [Manoel dos Santos] as one of the greatest Brazilian sculptors of all times. The critic sees the artist’s work as the product of a syncretism that oscillates between African and [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110462

  • Agnaldo Manoel dos Santos : origin, revelation and death of a primitive sculptor
    Valladares, Clarivaldo Prado
    1963
    In this essay on Bahían sculptor Agnaldo Manoel dos Santos, Clarival do Prado Valladares discusses aspects of the artist’s life—in particular, the arduous work he did making blocks of limestone— and of his work. The text describes the [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110478

  • Agnaldo Manoel dos Santos : uma lenda viva
    Ramos Neto, Francisco de Castro
    1988
    This is a text about the life and work of Bahia sculptor Agnaldo Manoel dos Santos. The article points out certain characteristics of his personality and significant events in his life as a sculptor, including [his participation in] the fourth Bienal [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110425

  • Cem anos de arte afro-brasileira = One hundred years of Afro-Brazilian art
    Salum, Marta Heloísa Leuba
    2000
    This article discusses what is meant by the term “Afro-Brazilian art.” The anthropologist Marta Heloísa Leuba Salum describes it as an abstract place where Africa and Brazil commingle in an imaginary universe. She stresses that Afro-Brazilian [...]
    ICAA Record ID: 1110524