When Dance Serves Art

What’s the common interest between dance and art? The body moving. This is exactly what the exhibition “Danser sa Vie” teaches us at the Centre Pompidou. And we learn that art and dance are intermingled, and they had influenced and introduced, in the early 20th century, the main currents and figures that wrote the contemporary and modern art History. The occasion to discover some of the 20th century best choreographers, as Merce Cunningham.

Exposition «Danser sa Vie» at the Centre Pompidou, until April 2nd, 2012.
The Center is open everyday from 11am to 9pm except on Tuesday.
Fee: from €11 (€9 on concessions)


Constantin Brancusi
Costume ‘la sorcière’ de Lizica Codreano
pour Gymnopédies d’Erik Satie, 1922
Ensemble dissociable de 2 épreuves gélatino-argentiques – 23,8 x 17,8 cm
Collection François Fontenoy, Paris
© Adagp, Paris 2011


Yves Hervochon
Maurice Béjart et Spatiodynamique 16 de Nicolas Schöffer,1953
Épreuve gélatino-argentique, 20,2 x 16 cm
Paris, Archives Eléonore de Lavandeyra Schöffer

Centre Pompidou
Place Georges Pompidou
75004 Paris
France
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