Painted wooden mask worn by a nganga (ritual expert and spiritual healer) of the Yombe people, Kongo Central Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Artist unknown; 19th century. Now in the Brooklyn Museum. Photo credit: Brooklyn Museum.
Bird mask of the Tsimshian people, used in initiation ceremonies. Artist unknown; 19th century. Collected in Nisga’a territory at the mouth of the Nass River, British Columbia, Canada; now in the Louvre.
Taejin Seong aka Tae Jin Seong aka 성태진 (Korean, b. 1974, Choong Ju, Chung Cheong Buk Do, Seoul, Korea) - 1: Hardly Was There Any Cockcrow, 2015 2:
Mars Attacks, 2016 3:
My Heart Hurt, 2016 Acrylics, Ink on Embossed Wood Panel (Photos do not come close to the beauty in his work)