Martha Graham by Imogen Cunningham, 1931

Martha Graham by Imogen Cunningham, 1931

Images of Marrtha Graham | Martha Graham información

Images of Marrtha Graham | Martha Graham información

Martha Graham, bailarina y coreografa estaunidense de danza moderna.

Martha Graham, bailarina y coreografa estaunidense de danza moderna.

Photography by Martha Graham for Harper’s Bazaar, May 1994

Photography by Martha Graham for Harper’s Bazaar, May 1994

Martha Graham - the Mother of Modern Dance

Martha Graham - the Mother of Modern Dance

MI MES Y MEDIO EN BUENOS AIRES: UNA CIUDAD MINADA POR LOS CARBOHIDRATOS Y LAS CARAS DE CULO | LOVEARTNOTPEOPLE

MI MES Y MEDIO EN BUENOS AIRES: UNA CIUDAD MINADA POR LOS CARBOHIDRATOS Y LAS CARAS DE CULO | LOVEARTNOTPEOPLE

Martha Graham is a perfect example of somebody who worked hard, and it paid off. She is truly and inspiration.

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Martha Graham is a perfect example of somebody who worked hard, and it paid off. She is truly and inspiration.

Isadora Duncan                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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Martha Graham Graham identified a method of breathing and impulse control she called "contraction and release." For her, movement originated in the tension of a contracted muscle, and continued in the flow of energy released from the body as the muscle relaxed. This method of muscle control gave Graham's dances and dancers a hard, angular look, one that was very unfamiliar to dance audiences used to the smooth, lyrical bodily motions of Isadora Duncan and Ruth St. Denis.

Martha Graham Graham identified a method of breathing and impulse control she called "contraction and release." For her, movement originated in the tension of a contracted muscle, and continued in the flow of energy released from the body as the muscle relaxed. This method of muscle control gave Graham's dances and dancers a hard, angular look, one that was very unfamiliar to dance audiences used to the smooth, lyrical bodily motions of Isadora Duncan and Ruth St. Denis.

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