Mano a Mano en el Desfile de Halloween

Mano a Mano en el Desfile de Halloween

La Calavera Catrina se deriva a partir del 1913 por el grabado del mexicano José Guadalupe Posada. La imagen se ha convertido en un elemento básico de las imaginenes mexicanas, y a menudo se incorpora en las manifestaciones artísticas del Día de los Muertos. Mano a Mano trajo un equipo de Catrinas desfilando por las calles de Manhattan para el Desfile de Halloween.

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