In Ecuador, during the night of 31 December to 1 January, the country’s streets are transformed into a folklorique traditional woodshed To celebrate the New Year, each family burns a large doll, a human figure made of wood and wallpaper, dressed in the old rags of the house in a flokorique traditional Nowdays this dolls has beacome more than a simple handmade human size representation, bringing out the best of sculptural process to create hyper realistiques figures that comes out from all kind of references and styles, the Quema del Año Viejo – is the firing of the past year. […]
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