Mano a Mano at the Halloween Parade

Mano a Mano at the Halloween Parade

10.31.2006
Greenwich Village

La Calavera Catrina derives from 1913 etching by Mexican printmaker José Guadalupe Posada. The image has since become a staple of Mexican imagery, and often is incorporated into artistic manifestations of the Day of the Dead. Mano a Mano brought a team of parading Catrinas to the streets of Lower Manhattan for the Halloween Parade.

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