“Off the shore of Guinea Bissau lie the thirty islands that comprise the Bidjogo archipelago. Its population lives primarily from fishing and rice farming. Although there is evidence that the Bidjogo archipelago was inhabited as far back as the mid-15th century, little is known about the people’s customs and ceremonies.”
Baquart, Jean-Baptiste. The Tribal Arts of Africa. New York: Thames and Hudson Inc. 1998. Print.
Art from this Tribe
Bidjogo Helmet Mask with Custom Stand 36″ – Guinea
Bidjogo Horned Bull Mask 11″ – Guinea – African Art
Bidjogo Bull African Mask 20.5″ – Guinea
Bidjogo Bull African Mask with Custom Stand 24″ – Guinea