Katsina with stepped headdress Date: 20th century Geography: United States, Arizona Culture: Hopi Medium: Wood, paint, feathers, cloth Dimensions: Overall: 4 1/8 x 9 5/8 in. (10.49 x 24.53 cm) Other: 4 1/8 in. (10.49 cm) Classification: Wood-Sculpture
Katsina (Kuwan Heheya) - Hopi culture, Arizona, 20th century - Wood, paint and feathers (43,2 cm)
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Hopi Katsina (Lenang or Lenya) Date: 20th century Geography: United States, Arizona
作品写真 /// Marionette - Sota SAKUMA
Hopi Carved Wood Kachina Doll, representing Shalak - by Skinner
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Link with Star Nations Standing Elk, a spiritual leader of the Lakota tribe who convened the council, asserted that "the way of the Stars is in every culture" and that Jesus himself was "a Star Man." He related that Sioux legends say the Star People come from the Pleiades, and also from the Sirius and Orion systems. Other Lakota elders also revealed their knowledge of space visitors. [...] the Sioux people trace their origin to the Star People coming from the Pleiades.
Wilder Mann – the Image of the Savage (Thames & Hudson, 2012), Charles Fréger sets out like an anthropologist to witness the many different forms taken by the Wild Man figure in modern Europe (Wilder Mann in German, Uomo Selvatico in Italian, Homme Sauvage in French). Carnivals, masked rituals, Saint Anthony and Saint Nicholas, Mardi Gras or full moon, the first Sunday of the year and Easter Eve are all moments for celebrating the cycle of the seasons.