Mask Arts of Mexico

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Thames and Hudson, 1994 - Indian masks - 96 pages
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"In rural Mexico, festivals and their attendant dances mark the high point of local life. Old and New World traditions have fused to forge and awe-inspiring range of masks, their makers the creative equal of any craftspeople working today. The brilliantly coloured and wonderfully creative masks that bring to life the pages of this book are made from materials - wood, clay, leather, paper, cloth, gourds, wire-mesh, wax - that are as diverse as their abundant signs of artistry, virality, beauty and wit."--BOOK COVER.

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