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A dynamic celebration of contemporary dance, Dance Ink: Photographs features work by some of the finest photographers in the world. These provocative images -- of dancers, choreographers, and performance artists -- were conceived as a duet between artist and photographer, forming a dialogue that plays out in the pages of this extraordinary book. A series of intimate, beautifully written essays on five key choreographers who have shaped contemporary dance -- Merce Cunningham, Paul Taylor, Tyla Tharp, Trisha Brown,...
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Overview

A dynamic celebration of contemporary dance, Dance Ink: Photographs features work by some of the finest photographers in the world. These provocative images -- of dancers, choreographers, and performance artists -- were conceived as a duet between artist and photographer, forming a dialogue that plays out in the pages of this extraordinary book. A series of intimate, beautifully written essays on five key choreographers who have shaped contemporary dance -- Merce Cunningham, Paul Taylor, Tyla Tharp, Trisha Brown, and Mark Morris -- lend insight into the distinctive style and personality of each artist.

Dance Ink: Photographs is the culmination of the award-winning magazine Dance Ink, an avant-garde production that, during the six years it was in print, attracted a cult following for its groundbreakign design and innovative approach to dance photography. A brilliantly conceived and exquisitely printed record of dance at the end of the millennium, Dance Ink: Photographs will educate, move, and inspire a new generation of dancers, designers, photographers, and enthusiasts of the poetry of dance.

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This work documents and celebrates contemporary dance in a collection of stunning, sometimes graphic, images and a quintet of essays by dance critic Nancy Dalva on some of today's most important choreographers, i.e., Mark Morris, Twyla Tharp, Merce Cunningham, Trisha Brown, and Paul Taylor. The photographers include Annie Leibovitz, Chris Callis, Joanne Savio, and Andrew Eccles. Dance Ink was an avant-garde, award-winning quarterly published from 1990 to 1996, but this is not a simple "best-of" rehash. Many of the startling photographs are from the pages of the magazine, but others are new and previously unpublished, and all are newly laid-out in an attempt to encompass all the current trends in American dance. This bold, in-your-face visual record of modern movement will best serve dance, performing arts, and photography collections.Carolyn M. Mulac, Chicago P.L.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780811818551
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC
  • Publication date: 10/28/1997
  • Pages: 188
  • Product dimensions: 10.08 (w) x 12.14 (h) x 0.83 (d)

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