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Expression of Dance Photographer : Jacob Sutton

Ukrainian ballet dancer Sergei Polunin is photographed by Jacob Sutton and styled by Jean Michel Clerc for Numéro Homme magazine.

Lydia Nelidova et Vaslav Nijinski dans "L'après midi d'un faune".
Adolf de GAYNE DE MEYER
© Photo RMN - Droits réservés

“Nijinsky has never been so remarkable as in his latest role. No more jumps – nothing but half-conscious animal gestures and poses. He lies down, leans on his elbow, walks with bent kne…

Felix Nadar Room: Ballet Russes photo album

Vaslav Nijinsky, Le Spectre de la Rose, Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, ca.

Vaslav Nijinsky, star of the Ballets Russe, in costume for role in "Le Dieu Bleu" photographed by E. O. Hoppe.  	1912

Vaslav Nijinsky, star of the Ballets Russe, in costume for role in "Le Dieu Bleu" photographed by E.

Anna Pavlova and Vaslav Nijinsky as Armida and her slave in Le Pavillon d’Armide, 1907. Le Pavillon d'Armide is a ballet in one act and three scenes choreographed by Michel Fokine. It was first presented on 25 November 1907 at the Mariinsky Theatre in Saint Petersburg, with staging and costumes by Alexandre Benois. Principal dancers Pavlova in the role of Armida, Nijinsky as her slave, and Pavel Gerdt as the Vicomte René de Beaugency.

Anna Pavlova and Vaslav Nijinsky as Armida and her slave in Le Pavillon d’Armide, Le Pavillon d'Armide is a ballet in one act and three scenes choreographed by Michel Fokine. It was first presented on 25 November 1907 at the Mariinsky Theatre.

pina bausch

Foto: Ulli Weiss Orpheus and Eurydice Dance-opera by Pina Bausch Music Christoph Willibald Gluck

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