El corazón de la muerte: altars and offerings for days of the dead

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Heyday Books, 2005 - Art - 143 pages
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This is a dual-language book with text in English and Spanish. This is an art book that presents the colorful and magical altars and shrines built to honor the dead in the old Mexican tradition. The Oakland Museum has invited artists to create these every year for the last ten years and the wonderful collection here is the best of the best in full-color photographs. The gathering is now a major cultural event that attracts thousands each year.

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I saw the 17th annual Días de los Muertos exhibition, entitled "Love and Loss", at the Oakland Museum of California when I was in San Francisco last month, and I bought this book from the museum shop ... Read full review

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