Dogon Kanaga Dance Mask


Kanaga masks are among the very memorable masks in Dogon territories of Mali and Burkina Faso. They are danced by many people at once, creating a very moving and emotionally charged scene.

This mask represents a bird "kommolo tebu".  According to the myth, the hunter who killed the very first of such birds created a mask in its image. Atop the mask are the forebearers of the tribe.

This mask came back to us after 12 years in a private collection. Visit a very similar mask at our museum site. 

Learn More on our museum site

Due to postal guidelines, we may have to separate the pieces when shipping abroad.

Product Details:

  • Size: 39" x 21" x 8"
  • Shipping: $90.00
  • Material: wood, rope
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