Disguise: Masks and Global African Art

 
Disguise: How artists are reinventing African masquerade
Disguise: How artists are reinventing African masquerade
"This debt we pay to human guile; with torn and bleeding hearts we smile," wrote African-American poet Paul Dunbar in his 1896 poem, We Wear the Mask. About 100 years later the Fugees rapped, "Put...

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