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Picasso and Dance, Paris until September 16, 2018

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"An exploration of Picasso’s work in relation to the art of dance is on display until mid-September at the Bibliothèque-Musée de l'Opéra National de Paris. Sketches converse with photographs and extracts from ballets, delving into Picasso’s representation of movement." 




Maybe someone will attend this and can tell us about it. I'd love to be there but it probably won't be possible.


Or maybe someone has some ideas without actually attending. I've often felt that dancers could learn something valuable from Michelangelo, Picasso, etc. 


Added: In the case of Picasso it might have something to do with how to represent so many views and realities with one image, etc. With Michelangelo, it might be how to change meaning with every different view of a single pose as shown in his sculpture.

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