21, pagan, student of anthropology, born in Italy.
I like art, history, religion, poetry, travel, literature, anthropology, mythology, nature, philosophy, and much more

For 25 years Phyllis Galembo has visited many countries of Africa and the African diaspora, on the lookout for the African tradition of the mask, which she found in traditional ceremonies, carnivals and simple contemporary outfits. Her new book Maske is a beautiful contribution to the African art debate, the power of carnivals, transformation, masks, and disguise.

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