Manhattan –Welge Travel Report - The Whitney Museum of American Art – lagniappe: – W-M: 10:30-6, F,Sa: till 10, 99 Gansevoort St, 212-570-3600
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Now to May 18, 2018 see Nick Mauss: Transmissions
In the current vogue for contemporary dance in museums, the legacy of ballet remains relatively unexamined. This exhibition considers the intersections of ballet with the visual arts, theater, fashion, and new representations of the body.
Focusing on New York’s role in a transatlantic exchange of ballet and surrealist aesthetics, the show presents a vision of American modernist ballet as an artistic catalyst, filter, and vibrant, shared vocabulary.
Through the intertwined languages of ballet, painting, photography, and sculpture, Mauss also mines a pre-queer history within the realm of supposedly straight cultural production of the 1930s and 1940s.
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