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Mask - D.R.Congo, Yaka. Probably used at circumcision rites for young boys, symbolizing fertility and virility.

Mask - D.R.Congo, Yaka. Probably used at circumcision rites for young boys, symbolizing fertility and virility.

YAKA, MASK, 28", Wood, cloth, paint and raffia Photograph © Tim Hamill

YAKA, MASK, 28", Wood, cloth, paint and raffia Photograph © Tim Hamill

Food Hook Lower Sepik Papua New Guinea

Food Hook Lower Sepik Papua New Guinea

Africa | Tsekedi face mask from the Yaka people of Popokabaka, Kwango, Bandundu, DR Congo | wood, raffia, pigment, vegetal fibre, textile | ca. prior to 1931 | Although worn by young circumcised males at the end of the mukanda ritual, these masks have little importance and are only rarely seen during the grand dance performed by the young men in the surrounding villages.

Africa | Tsekedi face mask from the Yaka people of Popokabaka, Kwango, Bandundu, DR Congo | wood, raffia, pigment, vegetal fibre, textile | ca. prior to 1931 | Although worn by young circumcised males at the end of the mukanda ritual, these masks have little importance and are only rarely seen during the grand dance performed by the young men in the surrounding villages.

Mask - YAKA - D.R. Congo

Mask - YAKA - D.R. Congo

Masque ‘Kayamba' - Lega - Republique Democratique du Congo Bois - pigments - Hauteur: 29 cm En forme de coeur surmonte de deux cornes, ce masque est detenu par les membres les plus eminents et est utilise… - Eve - 30/05/2016

Masque ‘Kayamba' - Lega - Republique Democratique du Congo Bois - pigments - Hauteur: 29 cm En forme de coeur surmonte de deux cornes, ce masque est detenu par les membres les plus eminents et est utilise… - Eve - 30/05/2016

Africa | Mask from the Kuba people of Kasai, DR Congo | Wood and vegetal fiber

Africa | Mask from the Kuba people of Kasai, DR Congo | Wood and vegetal fiber

Yaka, République démocratique du Congo > Bandundu > Kwango

Yaka, République démocratique du Congo > Bandundu > Kwango

Mbole. D. R. Congo

Mbole. D. R. Congo

masks of the Kumu are called "nsembu" or "ibole. They appear in paired dances that contrast male and female roles during initiation into the "nkunda" divination society. H: 34 cm H: 13.4 inch Provenance Alain de Monbrison, Paris, France (1990) Eduard Hess, Oberwil, Switzerland Expertise Alain de Monbrison, Paris, Februar 1990

masks of the Kumu are called "nsembu" or "ibole. They appear in paired dances that contrast male and female roles during initiation into the "nkunda" divination society. H: 34 cm H: 13.4 inch Provenance Alain de Monbrison, Paris, France (1990) Eduard Hess, Oberwil, Switzerland Expertise Alain de Monbrison, Paris, Februar 1990

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