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Marcel Marceau was acclaimed the worlds greatest mime.

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Even in this still photo of such a seemingly simple moment, her body says so much.

nuji: “ “Dance, dance, otherwise we are lost.

yohji yamamoto for pina bausch, 25th anniversary of the tanztheater wuppertal foundation, 1998

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An original Japanese Performance Artist whose work is rich with Passion, Grandeur, Madness, Drama and a dose of macabre' horror....

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『てみた - temita -』  はスキマ時間を埋めるエンタメサイト!心に響いたらシェアしてね♪

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ohno_by_masson-sekine  Kazuo Ohno in "The Dead Sea", photo by Nourit Masson-Sekine, 1985.

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