Masks of Mexico: Tigers, Devils, and the Dance of Life
More than one hundred authenticated masks from the collections at the Museum of International Folk Art ranging from finely carved pieces from the 19th century to simple face coverings made in the last decade illustrate this state-by-state celebration of the strong festive mask tradition held throughout Mexico.
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Presentation of Masks and Festivals by Region
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animals beard Carnival Carnival dances carved celebration century H Chiapas Christian dance drama Christian drama cm IFAF cm MNM color comical Cordry collection Cuanajo Danza davs devil masks diahlos Estela Ogazon European example face feast day fiestas Guanajuato Guerrero Nahua hacienda hair harrios Hidalgo highland Holv Holy Week Huastec humorous International Folk Art Jalisco known leather manv mask for Carnival mask for Dance mask for Moor mask makers masked dancers masked dances masked festivals masked performances masks worn masqueraders Mestizo Mexican masks Michoacan Michoacan Tarascan Mixtec Moor and Christian Moor mask mustache Nahua community Nayarit Negrito Negrito mask Oaxaca Otomi pageant painted Papantla Pascola Pastorela drama patron saint patron saint's feast portray pre-Hispanic Puebla Purchased role Roman Rodriguez San Luis Potosi Santiago Sinaloa Spanish style of mask Tarascan Tastoanes thev Tixtla Tlaxcala Tlaxcala Nahua Totonac twentieth century Uruapan variety Veracruz villages Vujos wear masks Zacatecas