Acabo de compartir la foto de Milton Cesar Rodriguez Triviños que representa a: Diablada

Acabo de compartir la foto de Milton Cesar Rodriguez Triviños que representa a: Diablada

via www.mountainadventures.com  La Paz, Bolivia. Close-up of mask on a dancer in the Festival del Gran Poder.

Close-up of mask on a dancer in the Festival del Gran Poder.

Mask from Bolivia used in the Diablada Dance

Bolivian Folkloric Dance "La Diablada" performs on the National Mall in Washington DC during Earth Day Celebrations 2010 by Jeff Malet

This mask originates from the Oruro region of Bolivia. La Diablada is a masked dance to appease the evil spirit of the mines, and developed an additional meaning after Christianity took hold in the culture - it was adapted to represent good (Archangel Michael) versus evil (Lucifer).

Devil Dance Mask made from papier-mâché, plaster, glass, wood. Probably Aymara Bolivia ca.

La Diablada: guide to encountering demons on Lake Titicaca, Peru

La Diablada: guide to encountering demons on Lake Titicaca, Peru

diabladas by pablo/T. Creative Commons Attribution licence (CC BY

Diablada - ilustración on Behance

Diablada - ilustración on Behance

Diablo Mask, Dance of Diablada, late 20th century, ujnpainted tin from recycled alcohol cans, Bolivia

Diablo Mask, Dance of Diablada, late century, ujnpainted tin from recycled alcohol cans, Bolivia

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