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Washi Tape La Calavera Catrina

Washi Tape La Calavera Catrina

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墨西哥政治風起雲湧,在堪稱史上最動盪時期的背景下,la Calavera de la Catrina 之形象就在墨西哥刻版畫家何塞•瓜達盧佩•波薩達筆下誕生。「catrina」意思是「花花公主」,纖細的身段、穿著華麗卻滿是骷髏圖案的女裝,是她的著名的象徵,亦是墨西哥亡靈節重要的主角。墨西哥對於死亡充分表現人的價值與哲學觀念,因此,他們歡欣鼓舞地慶祝生命週期的完成,迎接生者與死者的團聚。在法國學者讓•夏洛特的推廣下,卡翠娜不僅是亡靈節的表徵,更是墨西哥藝術的代表之一。

The years between 1910 and 1940 marked great political upheavals in Mexico. In this time La Calavera Catrina was created by the hand of José Guadalupe Posada. La Catrina means dapper, elegant: her slender body and skull-laden dress are symbols both of her and of the Day of the Dead. Mexican culture reflects deep values of human life, celebrating life coming to fruition and the intersections of the living and the dead. Jean Charlot brough her to the attention of the public not only as a symbol of the Day of the Dead, but also as an icon of Mexican arts.

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創作人 / Agathe

材質 / 臺灣和紙 / Taiwanese Washi Tape

循環公分數 / 50 cm / artwork repeats every 50 cm

尺寸 / 1.5 cm × 6 m

產地 / 台北台灣

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