"FiveSixSevenEight" at HERE Arts
Nir Arieli, Glenys Barton, Tad Beck, Dana Bell, and Rachel Papo
About the show
The rhythm, the synchronicity of motion, music pulsating, undulating, bodies contorting. Dance continues to inspire and motivate artists and vice versa; this relationship between the two art forms has a rich historical significance, most notably Degas and Toulouse-Lautrec. This perfect marriage between the two art forms allows viewers to experience the power of dance, the vehicles for expression, the motivation of collaboration and the grace and beauty of it all.
Curated by Dan Halm
Artists: Nir Arieli, Glenys Barton, Tad Beck, Dana Bell, and Rachel Papo
Image Credit: Nir Arieli, Austin, 2012
archival inkjet print
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