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Exhibits to Explore

Other Expressions of Masks

Below you're able to browse through current and past exhibits held at museums throughout the U.S. on masks.  Each exhibit depicts masks in a different way and tell a different story about the people and activities associated with the objects on display.

Gallery of the Exhibits

(University of Illinois' Spurlock Museum of World Cultures: "Where Animals Dance" Exhibit)

(Rubin Museum's "Becoming Another: The Power of Masks Exhibit")

(Seattle Art Museum's: "Disguise: Masks and Global African Arts" Exhibit)

(Michigan State University's "MASK: Secrets and Revelations" Exhibit)

(Smithsonian National Museum of African Art: "Masks" Exhibit)

(Brooklyn Museum's: "Arts of Africa" Collection)

(Virginia Museum of Fine Arts': "African Art" Exhibit)

(De Paul Art Museum's: "Brendan Fernandes: The Living Mask" Exhibit)


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