Exquisite African Art

Exquisite African Art

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BMC.AA Collections.:.Mende Sande Society Exhibit. Bundu mask. Sande Society, Mende peoples (West African forests of Sierra Leone and Liberia). 19th to 20th century C.E. Wood, cloth, and fiber.

Sande Society, Mende peoples (West African forests of Sierra Leone and Liberia). Wood, cloth, and fiber.

Part of the Nkporo Ifogu masquerade.An Mba dancer performing in the Ifogu masquerade, wearing an Ogu mask, an abstract wooden face mask with a knife-like protrusion from the forehead, three cylindrical protrusions and slits for the eyes). G. I. Jones, 1930s

Part of the Nkporo Ifogu masquerade.An Mba dancer performing in the Ifogu masquerade, wearing an Ogu mask, an abstract wooden face mask with a knife-like protrusion from the forehead, three cylindrical protrusions and slits for the eyes).

Africa | Topoke people, Congo || © "Let's travel in the Congo" 1969; photographer Patellani

Africa | Topoke people, Congo || © "Let's travel in the Congo" 1969; photographer Patellani

Africa | 'Adoné' Antelope Masqueraders. Kurumba people, living on the border of the Upper Volta and Mali | ©Michel Huet, from his publication "The Dance, Art and Ritual of Africa". || The Kurumba call themselves Nioniosi.

Kurumba Adoné Antelope mask headdress photograph taken by Michel Huet; from the incredible book "The Dance, Art and Ritual of Africa".