Wednesday, September 16, 2009

The (wo)men behind the masks

Many small statues, like this small Greek one, oillamps, vases and other objects, are related to theater performances. They are decorated with theater masks, exposing political incidents, public jokes or utter tradegy. But what kind of people were those actors? What was their social status, where did they live, what did they earn? This blog will tell more about the people behind the masks soon!

1 comment:

  1. Hoi Rien,

    Kiek gave me just today the url of your blog. Unbelievable piece of work!. Goed gedaan, jonge. I just became your more enthusiastic follower and made a link to my blog and that means my followers are also your followers now. ;-) Thanks for writing in english. That helps a lot for this purpose.

    I think it would also be good to change the language of the log itself. You know: instead of "een reactie plaatsen" something like "i want yo hear your comments".

    I will be around.




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