• A priest from the Afro-Brazilian Candomblé cult. He is Italian, became a member of the cult in Brazil and is now known as Ogã Oscar of Oxaguian. In the picture he is dressed entirely in white, seated and wearing shoes as a mark of his rank, surrounded by votive offerings, in a storage room of his house that has been transformed into an altar.

White Man. Ogã Oscar do Oxaguian (2006) Photography, cm 150x100


The portrait of Ogã Oscar of Oxaguian, a Candomblé priest, surrounded by votive offerings in a storage room of his house, transformed into an altar.