|Dimensions||37 × 21.5 cm|
Mask Zaouli Gouro Gyela read
African masks and animal symbols in African art from Ivory Coast.
The sculpture depicts a delicate face with a bird with an outstretched tail. a living
Colorful Laquise decorates the room. Slight isolation friction. in the Mander Group
To the south, in the center of Côte d’Ivoire, on the banks of the Bandama River, the Guro people line up,
and formed the western neighbors of Baoulé, who inherited some of their characteristics
creation. Animists, they used a series of masks associated with dy Zaouli. how exactly
Baoulé’s African mask Goli, all Guro masks, related to the genius of nature, in two
The zoomorphic mask, followed by a third anthropomorphic mask, believed to be the wife of Mask Zamblé,
Gu, which has the function of exorcism, represents a young woman with a standard of beauty.
Specific to The Guro, especially facial scratches and lower teeth. it was sung in honor of zambur
Gu moved gracefully with the sound of the flute. dancers in full gear
The colorful fabrics and plant fibers coordinate with the multi-colors of the mask and list the different
Perform acrobatics in front of an attentive audience.
Ignite: Gouro A.M. Butio. ed. 5 continents.
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