"Dancer Inside New York" - A Photography Exhibition by Simone Ghera
DANCER INSIDE NEW YORK
Photography Exhibition by
Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance
June 12th, 2016, from 4pm. to 9pm.
55 Bethune Street (West Village), New York, NY 10014, Top floor studio (11th floor)
Metro: blu Line A, C, E, 8th Street, or red Line 1, 14th Street
Free admission and complimentary Italian wine from "La Scolca"
The Italian Cultural Institute is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition-event of the Italian architect and photographer Simone Ghera, scheduled for Sunday, June 12,th 2016, at the studios of Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance.
The photographic composition is generated by the architecture, in a game of contrast and harmony with the inclusion of the dancers in a structural and architectural context (stairs, buildings, perspective locations). The artist's aim is to integrate, through the geometric composition of lines and perspectives, the universal language of dance with the architectural richness and materials typical of territorial identities. Simone’s shots show absolute spatial, where horizons, gravity, points of view and the very surfaces the dancers are moving on are purely arbitrary.
In New York, after the many stages in Europe and abroad (Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid, Milan, Rome, Vienna, Prague, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Baku, Rio de Janeiro), the subjects of copyright shots involving dancers from major US companies, photographed in New York location. During the event DANCER INSIDE NEW YORKsome ballet dancers, coordinated by the director of Premiere Division, Nadege Hottier, will perform in a few short ballet performances.
Simone Ghera, architect and photographer based in Rome, after a long time only worked in film for some years approached the digital, still prefer to shoot in black and white.
Martha Graham Center of Dance email@example.com office: 212.229.9200 x 14
Nadege Hottier, Premiere Division firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 718 635 1060
Contact the artist:
email: email@example.com Instagram: @simone_ghera
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