Sebastião Salgado, Great Reportings, Indians from XINGU, Mato Grosso, Brasil

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  • Sebastião Salgado, Great Reportings, Indians from XINGU, Mato Grosso, Brasil

    IV Fascicles Edition, by "VISÃO", Portuguese weekly magazine (Jan / Feb, 2006) (to acomplish his reporting Sebastião Salgado had been living at ALTO XINGU together with the indians, from July to September, 2005) Fascicle I, rituals and celebrations in o…

  • Sebastião Salgado, Indians from XINGU

    The RITUAL FISHING at the Lagoon of Jenipavu is one of the highlights during the Amuricumã cerimonies. The men of the tribe Camaiurá reconstitute the legendary fishing that had been fatal for them provoking their transformation into pigs and the power ta…

  • Sebastião Salgado, Indians from XINGU

    COTOQUE CAMAIURÁ, the tribe's cacique, had agreed with Salgado to pose for the camera with his ritual paintings and posture full of dignity


  • Sebastião Salgado, Indians from XINGU

    The AMURICUMÃ closing basicly consists of a collective dance by all women of the tribe Camaiurá. The guests from neighbour villages are also invited to show their choreographies.

  • Sebastião Salgado, Indians from XINGU

    The camaiurás WOMEN paint their bodies among themselves for the closing ceremony of Amuricumã, which consists of a very popular feminine dance participated by various tribes from Alto Xingu.

  • Sebastião Salgado, Indians from XINGU

    A DANCE exclusive for men is the central element of the Kuarup Festivity closing ceremony at Cuicuro village.


  • Sebastião Salgado, Indians from XINGU

    The great CERIMONY KUARUP closing includes many ritual combats between men of the tribe Uaura and guests from neighbour villages. These fights last hours because each Uaura have to combat against all members of all other tribes.

  • Sebastião Salgado, Indians from XINGU

    Every WOMEN of the tribe Camaiurá, of all ages, participate in the Amuricumá closing ceremony, which requires previous preparation and concentration.

  • Sebastião Salgado, Indians from XINGU

    RAUL CAMAIURÁ & HIS FAMILY. The wife, Mapulu Camaiurá is the master of ceremonies of Amuricumâ. She is also the only wife Xamã in all Alto Xingu.


  • Sebastião Salgado, Great Reportings, Genesis Project

    IV Fascicles Edition, by VISÃO, Portuguese weekly magazine (Oct / Nov, 2006) (this reporting of Sebastião Salgado is integrated at the Genesis Project, focused on earth's paradises still preserved) Fascicle I, Dinkas from SUDAN, everyday life Fascicle…

  • Sebastião Salgado, Dinkas from SUDAN, everyday life (1)

    The DINKAS are farmers during the rainy season. When the grass dry they abandon their villages and leave together with their great herds to look for pasture. When they find one they settle down in a camp. Since almost 50 years now the war status in the co…

  • Sebastião Salgado, Dinkas from SUDAN, everyday life (2)

    By nightfall, at the AMAK camp, when the herd returns from pasture and night arrangements take place, the smoke of burning dung scares away the insects and augurs tranquil hours.


  • Sebastião Salgado, DINKAS from Sudan, people's faces (1)

    The DINKAS live for livestock and the livestock for Dinkas. Men and animals cohabit at every camps' spaces, in such a way there is no mutual aggressiveness.

  • Sebastião Salgado, DINKAS from Sudan, people's faces (2)

    SPONTANEITY. This is not a pose but a posture: the young Dinkas as this temporary resident girl at the PAGARAU camp, keeps a natural dialogue with no artificial harmony and elegant attitudes.

  • Sebastião Salgado, NAMIBIA (1)

    SHEPHERD OF LIGHT. A woman from the ethnic group of HIMBAS keeps the horses of the tribe while they drink water from an excavated trunk, somewhere at the mountains that separate the valleys of FLUSS and HARTMANN.


  • Sebastião Salgado, NAMIBIA (2)

    DESERT WITH SEA. The dunes of the Park NAUKLUFT unfold from the remote interior till the sea front as we were at a huge surreal beach 280,00 km length, 150,00 m width.

  • Sebastião Salgado, BHUTAN (1)

    TRAVEL. An young girl in traditional dress of LINGSHI region travels between her location and CHEBISA, at Province of TIMPHU, the capital. The trail, rudimentary, never goes down 4.000,00 m height.

  • Sebastião Salgado, BHUTAN (2)

    SEDUCTION. Distinguished by their beauty and assumed steadiness in directing familiar business, the women from the Province of GASA, like this one from the village of LAYA, adorn themselves with accessories of bamboo and interweave pieces of ram's wool an…


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