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Photos: Muertos, altars and art at Pirate gallery's thirtieth Day of the Dead celebration

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Pirate: Contemporary Art pulled out all the stops while honoring its long-standing traditions on Saturday night for its thirtieth annual Day of the Dead celebration. Families with painted faces crowded into the Navajo Street co-op for all-ages piñata-bashing, altar displays, a Muertos Mart for handmade Day of the Dead goods and a candlelight procession. Photographer Kyle Huninghake documented the evening for Westword; an image sampler follows.

See also: Dia de Los Muertos at Pirate: Contemporary Art, 2012

Continue reading for more Day of the Dead photos. Continue reading for more Day of the Dead photos.

Now see the full Pirate Day of the Dead slide show.


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