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Trisha Brown Company in Set and Reset.© Julieta Cervantes. (Click image for larger version)

Dance at the Hong Kong Arts Festival 2014: Trisha Brown, Akram Khan, Pina Bausch, Jockey Club Series

The 2014 Arts Festival offered contemporary dance from established international masters along with new wave work from Asia, Scandinavia and Hong Kong itself.

Dusty Button in William Forsythe’s The Second Detail.© Dave Morgan. (Click image for larger version)

2013 Dance Memories – London

Lynette Halewood with her personal selection of London dance memories this last year…

Akram Khan in Desh.© Richard Haughton. (Click image for larger version)

Akram Khan – Desh – London

The excellence of this work comes not just with Khan’s own enormous creativity and his tour-de-force performance but in the seamless integration of the inputs of his collaborative team…

Paul White in Meryl Tankard's The Oracle.© Regis Lansac. (Click image for larger version)

Meryl Tankard – The Oracle – London

It’s a virtuoso accomplishment by all the collaborators. …But Stravinsky’s score in this melodramatic recording, conducted by Kent Nagano, is too huge for a single figure.

Catherine Schaub Abkarian & the company in iniTMOi.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Akram Khan Company – iTMOi – London

No-one could have expected this to be another once-in-a-lifetime explosion of genius but this is nevertheless a ground-breaking work.

Catherine Schaub Abkarian and Denis 'Koone' Kuhnert in iTMOi.© Foteini Christofilopoulou. (Click image for larger version)

Gallery – Akram Khan Company in iTMOi

20 pictures by Foteini Christofilopoulou…

Sadler’s Wells – Spring / Summer 2013 Programming

It’s the name of the game that one does not necessarily appreciate all plans (or indeed how they crystallise out in practice) but I have to say that Sadler’s Wells set a benchmark re new work/experiences and for where you want a progressive art to be.

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