Máscara del Carnaval del Gallo de Mecerreyes, Burgos

Máscara del Carnaval del Gallo de Mecerreyes, Burgos

Gama Masquerade, Fada Village, Burkina Faso, 2006. Masking traditions are of great importance to the Edo groups of Nigeria, who trace their beginnings to the kingdom of Benin, their neighbors to the south. Phyllis Galembo - Masquerade    Portraits of masqueraders - Galembo has spent the past twenty-five years photographing rituals and religious culture.

Gama Masquerade, Fada Village, Burkina Faso, 2006. Masking traditions are of great importance to the Edo groups of Nigeria, who trace their beginnings to the kingdom of Benin, their neighbors to the south. Phyllis Galembo - Masquerade Portraits of masqueraders - Galembo has spent the past twenty-five years photographing rituals and religious culture.

Masks from Burkina Faso photographed by Jean-Claude Moschetti  bip 2014

Masks from Burkina Faso photographed by Jean-Claude Moschetti bip 2014

LOXOCO FACADE: Mossi masks performance in the village of Zeguedeguin, far eastern Mossi area Burkina Faso, 1977 & 2011 shot by Christopher D. Roy, Professor of Art History, University of Iowa

LOXOCO FACADE: Mossi masks performance in the village of Zeguedeguin, far eastern Mossi area Burkina Faso, 1977 & 2011 shot by Christopher D. Roy, Professor of Art History, University of Iowa

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