Day of the Dead
'I'm just saddened by this'.
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A Day of the Dead Dinner is a wonderful ritual, created by artists Rachel Rose Reid and Pablo Villierezz, where everyone brings a beloved dead person to a feast, gathering together to share their flavours and stories and to honour their memory.
Over the weekend, the souls of departed loved ones were honoured around Latin America. Celebrants blend pre-Columbian rituals
This year will be the eleventh 'Dia de los Muertos' that I have experienced in Mexico. This festival, which honours the dead on the first two days of November, held me captive the very first time I witnessed it. I was attracted not only to the bold imagery offered but also to the spirit of remembering the dead in a respectfully celebratory manner.
Contrary to what many may think, the Day of the Dead is not about grief and sorrow; it is a Celebration of Life!
All dressed up and no one to scare? If you're feeling uninspired by another year of Halloween pumpkins and the same old witch hats, then never fear! The onset of November brings weird and wacky celebrations to countries all over the world
The great inevitability has been inspiring art and literature for centuries. Yet despite all the pickled sharks in tanks
For an artist who deals solely in naked currency, Spencer Tunick managed to give his Day of the Dead project an interesting
Today sees the start of Mexico's Day Of The Dead, the two day Latin American equivalent of Halloween. An event of huge culture