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sorcerer of new guinea, 1955
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sorcerer of new guinea, Dad, can I have some gum?

sorcerer of new guinea, 1955

sorcerer of new guinea, 1955

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biscodeja-vu: “ Sorcerer of New Guinea 1955 ”

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Africa | Bobo Bush Masks. Burkina Faso | ©Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher
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Africa | Bobo Bush Masks. Burkina Faso | ©Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

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Masks and Traditions of Côte d’Ivoire

Gouro Festival Zaouli Mask and Dance The Zaouli de Manfla (Ivory Coast)

Traditional costume from Ivory Coast

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Ritual Tibetan character of a deer (Tibetan yi-dwag).
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Ritual Tibetan character of a deer (Tibetan yi-dwag).
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Africa | Oro Efe masks emerging from the Sacred Forest. 1993, Benin. | ©Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher. Publication "African Ceremonies" || Oro Efe masks feature large, carved headpieces representing various creatures of the bush.
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Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher are world-renowned photographers who have produced fourteen widely acclaimed books and made four films about traditional Africa

Aakriti writes about this public display by colorful masks which combines art and ritual dance.

Africa | Oro Efe masks emerging from the Sacred Forest. 1993, Benin. | ©Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher. Publication "African Ceremonies" || Oro Efe masks feature large, carved headpieces representing various creatures of the bush.

Africa | Oro Efe masks emerging from the Sacred Forest.  1993, Benin. | ©Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher. Publication "African Ceremonies"  || Oro Efe masks feature large, carved headpieces representing various creatures of the bush.
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Juju suit, from 1912. Meinhof, Carl. Afrikanische Religionen: Hamburgische Vorträge
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now that would make one heck of a spooky costume to meet the trick or teaters in at halloween Juju suit, from Meinhof, Carl.

Being half Eastern Nigerian you see this a lot "Juju costume".

Shamanism, Papua New Guinea

Hmm interesting a head on a head.

Juju suit, from 1912. Meinhof, Carl. Afrikanische Religionen: Hamburgische Vorträge

Juju suit, from 1912. Meinhof, Carl. Afrikanische Religionen: Hamburgische Vorträge

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Estos bestiales seres son parte de una tradición pagana europea y castigan a los niños traviesos

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Mask  http://www.pinterest.com/amarqus/puppetstheatremasks/

Minganji costumes are found throughout the Pende areas of southwest D. Included in the publication "Let's travel in the Congo" - published in 1965

the-two-germanys:  Wayang Orang Hanoman, Ramayana Dance.Postcard, Bali.

Dear Students, For Extra Credit, why not spend about 20 minutes drawing this into your composition notebook? Sincerely, Professor Chewbacca the-two-germanys: “ Wayang Orang Hanoman, Ramayana.

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Malagan (a. Malanggan) ceremony, New Ireland, Papua New Guinea.

L' Afrique a sa culture et quelle belle culture!

Dan masks are sacred objects.Dan masks are used for protection and as a channel for communication with the spirit world. The Dan also carry small ‘passport masks’ for personal protection when they are

Africa | Salampasu people, DR of Congo | Masks and weapons

Salampasu Masqueraders, Belgian Congo, first half of Cen, Photographer unknown.

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Fiber mask with costume from the Pende people, Gungu, Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Senufo Mid-West-Afrika

A large and wonderful Senufo Wanyugo Firespitter mask and costume, collected from a village in the Korhogo region of Ivory Coast. The Senufo Wanyugo helmet

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