Ritual clay head from the Kwoma people of the Washkuk Hills north of the Middle Sepik River, Papua New Guinea. The piece is 5 ½" in height
Japanese Noh mask -Aka Hannya- 赤般若 by Ichiyu TERAI, Japan
Sebastien and Stephanie Janssen present their first signature artist’s jewellery project. Artist Ugo Rondinone has created a series of seven masks, veritable wearable sculptures in gold, realised in collaboration with goldsmith Pierre Hugo.
Armor with the features of a tengu (tengu tōsei gusoku) Late Edo period, 1854. Iron, lacquer, vegetable fiber, bear fur, leather, feathers, and fabric. The Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum, Dallas.
Africa | War mask from the Dan, We, Guerre people of Ivory Coast and Liberia | The mask is intended to instill fear through its appearance combining human and animal features || The Bedford Stuyvesant Museum of African Art ~ http://issuu.com/cmboler/docs/bedstuy_final_book3_nobleed