Guest writer Judith Brin Ingber casts her gaze on International Exposure 2013 and reflects on politics, womanhood, unusual set pieces, and more.
Mr. Gaga stands to make a substantial contribution to the historical record while offering an intimate and in-depth look at one of today's most acclaimed choreographers.
Guest writer Judith Brin Ingber reflects on her experience at International Exposure 2013.
This is International Exposure 2012 by the numbers: in its 18th year, the 6-day festival from December 5-10 will showcase 39 choreographers in 27 performances for over 100 guests from abroad.
Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor faced many questions as they embarked on their reconstruction of Nir Ben Gal and Liat Dror’s iconic "Two Room Apartment" (1987).
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Posted on 06 September 2012
Guest writer Meredith Nadler reflects on a tribute to choreographer Nigel Charnock at the Suzanne Dellal Centre. Continue Reading
Posted on 15 August 2012
Guest writer Meredith Nadler reviews the Testing Tools 2012 festival. Continue Reading
Posted on 19 March 2012
I am happy to announce that Contemporary Dance in Israel has been published by Asociación Cultural Danza Getxo! Continue Reading
Posted on 14 March 2012
Furo - a collaboration between Ohad Naharin and the Japanese video artist Tabaimo - returns to Tel Aviv this March, with performances at Batsheva Dance Company's Studio Varda. Continue Reading
Posted on 11 March 2012
Atlanta-based choreographer George Staib reflects on his time dancing and watching dance in Israel. Continue Reading
Posted on 06 January 2012
For all their stylistic differences, Godder and the team of Eyal and Bachar do have one key trait in common: they are artists who are audacious and provocative, in the best senses of those words. Continue Reading
Posted on 14 December 2011
This much-awaited anthology is an invaluable resource on Israeli and Jewish dance. Editor Judith Brin Ingber will celebrate the book's publication at the Dance Library of Israel on December 18. Continue Reading
Posted on 28 November 2011
From November 30-December 4, International Exposure 2011 will present much of the past year's bounty to an audience of presenters and journalists from around the globe. Continue Reading