Tag Archives: France

Visiting the Palais Garnier in Paris

The exterior of the Palais Garnier Earlier this month I spent a very busy week in the wonderful city of Paris.  While New York City was apparently scorching, the City of Light was having a heat wave of its own … Continue reading

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Crossing the Line and Danspace Project Present Nacera Belaza

Nacera Belaza’s Le Cri, photo by Corinne Darde Saturday’s opening celebration of Crossing the Line in Central Park was pretty soggy, but there are many more promising events – ones that don’t rely on good weather – as the festival … Continue reading

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Nicolas Le Riche: A Photographic Study

Nicolas Le Riche, photo by Anne Deniau This past December, French photographer and filmmaker Anne Deniau (also known as Ann Ray) published Nicolas Le Riche, a major collaborative work that has resulted in over 400 photographs. The book will be … Continue reading

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Degas Dancers at the Metropolitan Museum

“The Little Fourteen Year Old Dancer”, Edgar Degas, cast in 1922 Image from The Metropolitan Museum of Art website A few days ago, Alastair Macaulay wrote an article about Edgar Degas’s ballet paintings and sculptures at the Metropolitan Museum of … Continue reading

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