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Mary Szybist: “I have always been attracted to apostrophe, perhaps because of its resemblance to prayer. A voice reaches out to something beyond itself that cannot answer it.”
Africa | Head mask from the Baga people of Guinea | ca. late 19th to early 20th century | Wood, fiber and pigment | This type of mask ~ D'mba ~ is worn at important celebrations to ensure growth and fertility not only among the Baga people but also in terms of their crops and livestock.
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