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by MILLER, J. Abbott & TARR, Patsy (ed.)

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London,: Thames and Hudson,, 1997.. Provocative images -of dancers, choreographers and performance artists - are conceived as a duet between artist and photographer, forming a dialogue that plays out in the pages of this extraordinary book. With beautifully written essays on five key choreographers who have shaped contemporary dance -Merce Cunningham, Paul Taylor, Twyla Tharp, Trisha Brown and Mark Morris.. 30,5 cm. 192 pp. Designed by J. Abbott Miller. Essays by Nancy Dalva. Soft cover. New copy. photography

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Antiquariaat Marc Van de Wiele BE (BE)
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Title
Dance ink photographs
Author
MILLER, J. Abbott & TARR, Patsy (ed.)
Book Condition
Used
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Provocative images -of dancers, choreographers and performance a
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Thames and Hudson,
Place of Publication
London,
Date Published
1997.
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In 1976 Marc Van de Wiele rents a small shop in Prinsenhof, in Bruges. In 1977 he marries Anette. They move to the Sint-Salvatorskoorstraat, very close to the Simon Stévin square, a few years later.
In 1992, they buy and renovate a historical building on the corner of the Sint-Salvatorskerkhof and the Heilige Geeststraat.
Since forty years Marc Van de Wiele specialises in illustrated books from the 15th till the 20th century: books of hours, incunabula, natural history, atlases, medical books and books of artists. In 2004 Nathalie Van de Wiele (degree in romance languages) came into the business.

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