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Mexico Masks/Rituals -Phyllis Galembo

Mexico Masks/Rituals -Phyllis Galembo
  The acclaimed photographer of African masks turns her lens to the astounding mask cultures of M...
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The acclaimed photographer of African masks turns her lens to the astounding mask cultures of Mexico
Since 1985, photographer Phyllis Galembo has traveled extensively to photograph sites of ritual dress in Africa and the Caribbean. In her latest body of work, collected in this new publication, Galembo turns to Mexico, where she captures cultural performances with a subterranean political edge. Using a direct, unaffected portrait style, Galembo captures her subjects informally posed but often strikingly attired in traditional or ritualistic dress. 

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