The art of movement is more than a hobby or profession, it’s a passion. Anyone who knows a dancer understands just how much the craft becomes an integral part of everyday life. So what to get that dancer for a special occasion? There are so many incredible gifts that celebrate the art of dance, whether you are shopping for the holidays, a birthday, or the perfect present to commemorate a big performance.
Playful pups take center stage alongside trained dancers in the charming photo project Dancers & Dogs.
Photographer and filmmaker Niv Novak is passionate about dance.
Most dance routines are practiced countless times before they’re performed, but the legendary Nicholas Brothers could dazzle audiences on the first take. A clip from the movie Stormy Weather (1943)—featuring Cab Calloway and his orchestra performing Jumpin Jive—captures Fayard (1914–2006) and Harold (1921–2000) Nicholas jumping into tap-dancing action to perform an incredible routine that was completely unrehearsed and recorded in one take.
Bringing together fashion and dance, The Style of Movement is the latest book by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory of NYC...
Fine art photographer Rob Woodcox uses the human body as building blocks for his elaborate compositions.
For photographer Omar Z. Robles, a holiday trip back to his home in Puerto Rico transformed into a sobering reminder of the challenges facing the island. Eight years after leaving for New York City, Robles spent an extended amount of time on the island. What he saw was a difficult reality.
The New York City Ballet has a long, storied history of collaborating with visual artists.
Photographer Jordan Matter is known for his spectacular dance photography.
For over four years, Omar Z. Robles has been photographing ballet dancers from companies around the world. Placing them in an urban setting, he’s able to capture a different view of classical dance—one that is more egalitarian. On a recent trip to Melbourne, Robles was reminded of just how much his work can touch the public. While in Australia, Robles was met with challenges.
From the bustling streets of Hong Kong to the vibrant avenues of Rio de Janeiro, master of dance photography Omar...
Legendary dance photographer Lois Greenfield has been “investigating movement and its expressive potential” for 40 years.