Alcide, Evelyn (Haitian, b. 1969)



Evelyn Alcide is a Haitian drapo Vodou artist.[1] Alcide studied under compatriot Myrlande Constant.[2] Alcide often focuses her work on important Vodou religious figures. Her drapo are heavily beaded and have satin borders. Two of her flags depicting Lasirène were included in Mami Wata: Arts for Water Spirits in Africa and Its Diasporas a traveling exhibition originated at the Fowler Museum at UCLA that travelled to several venues including National Museum of African Art.

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Seisme (Earthquake), 2010
Seisme (Earthquake), 2010
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Fowler Museum at UCLA
Guede Nibo, 1990-2000s
Guede Nibo, 1990-2000s
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Marilyn Houlberg Collection
Guede Nibo, 1990-2000s
Guede Nibo, 1990-2000s
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Marilyn Houlberg Collection
Guede Nibo, 1999
Guede Nibo, 1999
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Marilyn Houlberg Collection
Baron Criminnel, 1990-2000s
Baron Criminnel, 1990-2000s
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Marilyn Houlberg Collection
Guedee Nibo, 1990-2000s
Guedee Nibo, 1990-2000s
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Marilyn Houlberg Collection
Sobo Bade, 1990-2000s
Sobo Bade, 1990-2000s
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Marilyn Houlberg Collection
Baron Brigite, 1990-2000s
Baron Brigite, 1990-2000s
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Marilyn Houlberg Collection
Boumba
Boumba
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Beverly and John Fox Sullivan