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Nanterre – Amandiers 

 

 

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Théâtre de la Ville

 

 

Théâtre National de Chaillot

 

 

Triennale – Teatro dell’arte

 

 

Kaaitheater

 

 

KANAL

 

 

Kaserne Basel

 

 

KVS

 

 

Vleeshal

 

 

Volksbühne Berlin

 

 

Walker Art Center

 

 

Whitney Museum

 

 

 

Guide

May/June/July 2021


DARK RED by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker

DARK RED by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker



Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s Dark Red continues to bring dance into the museum, this time at one of Cologne’s oldest art institutions: the Kolumba (1853), a space, designed by Peter Zumthor, rich in religious aura, given both its modern/Gothic architectural palimpsest and much of its collection. Taking the number twelve as its point of departure, in this cross-pollination one sees—almost miraculously intersecting the dodecahedron (a …

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PRINZ GHOLAM: DIAL F FOR FATHER by Prinz Gholam

PRINZ GHOLAM: DIAL F FOR FATHER by Prinz Gholam



Prinz Gholam: Dial F for Father is a major solo show by the Berlin-based German-Lebanese artist duo. In their performances, Prinz Gholam work with images that are part of our cultural memory, developing stances, postures, and gestures from historical sources. Using the movement of their bodies, they fuse contemporary experience with history. Dial F for Father deals with the often-difficult relationship with (historical) father figures. …

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FOCUS on Jonathan Drillet

FOCUS on Jonathan Drillet



by David Bernadas       Jonathan Drillet is not a dancer but he does dance sometimes. He was born in Brittany in 1981, he lives now in Paris. After different «unfinished but nevertheless fascinating» studies in literature, art history and drama, he collaborated with Raimund Hoghe, Christophe Honoré, Sanja Mitrovic, Alexis Fichet, Hubert Colas, Gerard & Kelly or Julien Prévieux, among others. He is …

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