Home Altars of Mexico by Dana Salvo

For more than ten years, photographer Dana Salvo traveled throughout the central highlands and southern states of Mexico. He visited the Purepehcan Indians in Michoacan, the Chamulan and Zinacantan tribes in Chiapas, the Maya of the Yucatan peninsula, and several other isolated groups in the rural countryside.

At the heart of many homes in Mexico is the ‘altarcito’, or home altar, which creates a focus of intricate and sincere spirituality with profound personal and familial meaning reflecting the vitality of Mexico’s spiritual practices.


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27 x 22 x 1 cm
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