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I love this series. The style of dance isn't exactly what I was looking for but her movements and the movement of the flour is. I would use color for the flour instead to liven it up and make it more festive for a music festival.

I love this series. The style of dance isn't exactly what I was looking for but her movements and the movement of the flour is. I would use color for the flour instead to liven it up and make it more festive for a music festival. - stop motion

Cuando se logra la vida cambia y consigues ver el camino que quedo atras. Es una expresion de alegria infinita, porque la verdadera felicidad procede de un Dios infinito. Entonces tu cuerpo salta dentro de ti y consigue dar el salto final sin antes desplegar un sin fin de sentimientos de gratitud por Jehová.

Alexander Yakovlev captures breathtaking Bodies Celebrating Dance Alexander Yakovlev is a Moscow based dance photographer with an eye for capturing beauty within motion. He graduated from the law facu

Bodies in Urban Spaces is a rare and unique performance where dancers move throughout a city and organize their bodies into the nooks and crannies of public space.

Twisted Dancers Become Human Sculptures on City Streets

Bodies in Urban Spaces is a rare and unique performance where dancers move throughout a city and organize their bodies into the nooks and crannies of public spaces. Created by Austria-based artist Cie Willi Dorner

Trisha Brown creating a performative drawing, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2003. Courtesy Trisha Brown Dance Company

Are you going to start painting like this Jeff? Trisha Brown creating a performative drawing, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Courtesy Trisha Brown Dance Company

[Lamentation] / Martha Graham [photograph]:Image Page Turner: Performing Arts Encyclopedia, Library of Congress

Martha Graham during a 1935 performance of “Lamentation”. Photographed by Barbara Morgan.

Miming and photography might not seem to go hand-in-hand, but for Omar Z. Robles, a background in the former physical art has inspired a stunning series of still images with the dynamic elegance of any real-time staged show. Born in Puerto Rico but now based in New York City, Robles captures dancers poised gracefully against the city grit, performing pirouettes and pliés amid taxi traffic jams, sidewalk puddles, and other bustling urban scenes. In an interview with Huffington Post, he…

Breathtaking Portraits Capture Ballet's Finest Dancing on the Streets of New York

Born in Puerto Rico, now based in New York City photographer Omar Z. Robles captures dancers poised gracefully against the city grit, performing pirouettes and pliés amid taxi traffic jams, sidewalk puddles, and other bustling urban scenes.

Kazuo Ohno (1906~2010) photographed by Eikoh Hosoe.

Kazuo Ohno creator of Butoh dance performance

Nick Caves Fabric Sculptures.

Nick Cave’s Fabric Sculptures.

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