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the sacred heart of mary. the radiating heart, the tears, the crown. Pierre et Gilles, La Madone au coeur blessé, 1991

"Bwa Plank Masks" Yenou Village, Burkina Faso, 2006 photo by Phyllis Galembo

"Bwa Plank Masks" Yenou Village, Burkina Faso, 2006 photo by Phyllis Galembo⭐️⭐️⭐️A use for twigs!

Africa | Anthropomorphic mask "banda" or "kumbaruba" from the Baga people of Guinea | Wood; white, turquoise and dark red paint.  Framed with a compact grass collar | ca. 1914.

Africa Anthropomorphic mask "banda" or "kumbaruba" from the Baga people of Guinea.

Máscaras do sobrenatural Tamokó, índios Wayana-Apalay (Pará)

Máscaras do sobrenatural Tamokó, índios Wayana-Apalay (Pará)

Yoruba Egungun Costume 13.Egungun, or "powers concealed," refers both to the nature of the masked dance and to the spiritual power of the ancestors it honors. Over time an egungun mask is built up with layer upon layer of local and imported cloth. Its many panels celebrate the wealth and status of all family members, living or dead. During a performance individual cloth strips fan out in every direction but the dancer's body is never revealed. (per Smithsonian National Museum of African Art)

Ẹ̀kù Egúngún - Yorùbá Masquerade Costume Egúngún are believed to be people from the dead who came to pay visit to the earth.

Maori Wood Carving, Auckland, New Zealand

Maori Wood Carving, Auckland, New Zealand -- TRAVEL by Andrew Shaylor, via Behance .

Diablo mask  Pastorela dance, Guanajuato    11 inches, painted wood, plant fiber

Diablo mask Pastorela dance, Guanajuato 11 inches, painted wood, plant fiber A classic looking Diablo with two snakes. Almost as common are frogs and lizards

Bird mask Bobo people, Burkina Fasso 14 inches, painted wood  The 100,000 strong Bobo people are one of the tribes who speak the Gur language and are collectively known as the Gurunzi. The Bobo carve masks to symbolise animals or spirits of the bush, which are worn during ceremonies associated with a new crop, initiations and funerals

Bobo Bird mask Bobo people, Burkina Fasso 14 inches, painted wood The

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Day Charles Frégers Wilder Man and rituals away from the shores of albion.

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