Explore Yoruba People, Tribal Costume, and more!

Explore related topics

Accidental Mysteries, 08.12.12: Clothing

jeannepompadour: Masked people in the form of spirits known as the Egungun,Yoruba people of Nigeria

【先祖と接続する服】アフリカの聖地に降臨した「エグングン」に深層心理が恐れまくる                                                                                                                                                      もっと見る

【先祖と接続する服】アフリカの聖地に降臨した「エグングン」に深層心理が恐れまくる

Ouidah, Benin, voodoo ceremony - Egungun spirits

Ouidah, Benin, voodoo ceremony - Egungun spirits How do they walk in that crazy get up?

Masks are supposed to come from another world. In Burkina Faso they represent protective spirits that can take animal forms or can appear as strange beings. These spirits watch over a family, clan or community, and, if the rules for their propitiation are followed correctly, provide for the fertility, health, and prosperity.

Id come across people very different to me- Burkina Faso mask - © Jean-Claude Moschetti

© Jean-Claude Moschetti. Magic on earth, Volta Noire. Courtesy of the artist.

View jean-claude Moschetti’s Artwork on Saatchi Art. Find art for sale at great prices from artists including Paintings, Photography, Sculpture, and Prints by Top Emerging Artists like jean-claude Moschetti.

Egungun Masquerade Dance Costume: Ekuu Egungun Early 20th century Yoruba peoples, Oyo region, Nigeria Cloth, metallic thread, glass beads, cowrie shells

Nigeria Oyo region Yoruba peoples Egungun masquerade dance costume of cloth, metallic thread, glass beads and cowrie shells.

Africa | Voodoo in Bénin, Egungun secret society | © Jean-Claude Moschetti

Secret Voodoo society in Bénin. Taman in the big Elephant convent. The Egungun…

voodoo-13

A Egungun spirit from the Nigerian Yoruba clan, masqueraded dancers that represents the ancestral spirits, believed to visit earth to possess and give guidance to the living, Benin's voodoo festival photo: Dan Kitwood

Skeleton Dance Costume, late 19th or early 20th century. Tibet. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Edward A. Nis, 1934 (34.80.3a–h) | This work is featured in our “Sacred Traditions of the Himalayas” exhibition, on view through June 14, 2015  #SacredTraditions

centuriespast: “Skeleton Dance Costume Date: late or early century Culture: Tibet Medium: Silk, flannel The Met ”

african mask.

Villages essay typer order an essay online uk Essay Writing On My Village essay. 2017 Essay love my I village Academic essay writing courses london uk essay typer online.

Africa | Complete ritual mask and costume from the Bambara people of Mali | 19th century

Africa | Complete ritual mask and costume from the Bambara people of Mali | 19th century

Dan Kitwood - Ouidah, Benin (posted 10/5/12)

An 'Egungun' spirit stands during a Voodoo ceremony on January 2012 in Ouidah, Benin.

Africa | Bobo Masquerader. Sancri, Burkina Faso | ©Sergio Pessolano

Africa | Bobo Masquerader. Sancri, Burkina Faso | ©Sergio Pessolano

Global African Artists Explore The Meaning Of Disguise In The 21st Century

Global African Artists Explore The Meaning Of Disguise In The 21st Century

Pinterest
Search