Movement at the Still Point - An Ode to Dance (BOK)

Mark Mann, Andrea Mattioli

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Beskrivelse
A celebration of the strength and emotive ability of dancers, this book is a collection of images that captures the dynamism and energy of the mediums of both dance and photography. In homage to Mann s hero Irving Penn, he installed a backdrop of old monochromatic muslin. Dancers from many genres ballet, jazz, African, tap, Broadway theater, hip-hop, ballroom perform and discuss their passions about the art form in this stark environment.

Mann captures the humanity and spontaneity of principal and lead dancers from the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, American Ballet Theatre, Martha Graham Dance Company, New York City Ballet, and many other troupes. Subjects include dance personalities Misty Copeland, Carmen de Lavallade, Tiler Peck, Chita Rivera, James Whiteside, Omari Wiles, Xin Ying, and many others. As a photographer, Mann is used to working hard at making something happen in his images; here, he has taken a slightly more passive role, witnessing and capturing the expressive and talented subjects that take control of each frame.

This book is a testament to the emotional and physical power of each dancer, in stillness and in motion.
Produktfakta
Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Innbundet
Utgitt 2023 Forfatter Andrea Mattioli, Mark Mann
Forlag
Rizzoli International Publications
ISBN 9780847899111
Antall sider 240 Originaltittel Movement at the Still Point - An Ode to Dance
Emner og form Kunst og kultur

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