Ballet Folklórico Dancer Dressed as a Catrín on the Day of the Dead III

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A ballet folklórico dancer dressed as a catrín on the Day of the Dead in Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos, Jalisco, Mexico. He’s dressed in the style of clothing used for dance performances typical of the dances from the state of Veracruz.

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    Catrinas on the Day of the Dead

    The image of the catrina originated as a voice of popular criticism against Mexico’s 19th-century privileged class.  Today, the catrina is a unique part of the Mexican identity and on the Day of the Dead, some people dress up with black and white face paint and elegant clothes.

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    About The Photographer

    Dane Strom

    Dane Strom worked for seven years as a newsroom editorial assistant at The Denver Post in Colorado before he left the United States and moved to Central Mexico in 2010.

    Since then, he’s been photographing the traditions, holidays and people of his adopted town, commited to spreading the beauty and rich culture of Mexico around the world.

    His work, which has appeared in galleries and museums in many countries, has also won awards in contests judged by photographers and curators such as Steve McCurry, Peter Turnley, and Susan Spiritus.