Cultural fusion "Zapoteco-Wixárika" | Huichol art - Marakame

Zapotec-Wixárika cultural fusion

Cultural fusion "Zapotec-Wixárika" - Huichol Art - Marakame
The encounter of two cultures merge in with these pieces that combine the creativity from the hands of artists that come from different states of Mexico: Oaxaca and Jalisco.
Tatsiu rabbit zapotec huichol wixárika sculpture made of copal wood with chaquira and campeche wax.

Marakame innovates and integrates the skills of Zapotec artists, fusing the pieces they have achieved with the visual and manual dexterity of the Wixárika by gluing tiny beads one by one (between 25 thousand and 1 million beads per piece) during periods that They range from 15 to 600 days. The choice of colors, shades and symbols embodied are particularly unique and come from the spiritual "vision" that each Wixárika artist possesses. Virtues accumulated from his childhood that adapt and suggest cultural fusion with the Zapotec copal pieces.
Chango, simian Zapotec Huichol Wixárika sculpture made of copal wood with chaquira and Campeche wax.

The holder of these artworks, carries with it the ancestral memory of the daily work of Mexican cultures in the contemporary world.
Cusinela, Nahual Zapotec Huichol Wixárika sculpture made of copal wood with chaquira and Campeche wax.
Wixarika artist carrying rhinoceros intervened with glass beads and epoxy glue.
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