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I consider my way of seeing things to have been originated at the end of the 1960s, beginning of the 1970s. In those years I wandered throughout the country with my friends, often also by myself and later as a musician. It was maybe the impressions gathered during those years that helped the formation of my visual world. I think I have always been a contemplative type. Living near the City Park (Városliget) I watched passers-by and lonely people sitting on the benches at dawn or dusk. Of what I had not been aware at that time, my photos already revealed, namely, that deeper connections hide beyond the snapped moment, that things more often than not are not what they seem and the moment caught in the picture is but a code for the viewer.


 

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Béjart, Elton-Berg
Béjart, Elton-Berg. Dancer: Karline Marion, Octavio Stanley és Stéphane Bourhis, Allan Fallieri
Béjart, Juan and Theresa
Béjart: Juan and Theresa The French-born Bejart set new standards during a career that spanned five decades, starting with his signature work, the 1959 staging of Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring," in which his dancers -- clad in sleek, shiny tights -- created an erotic aura with impulsive, natural movements that became a standard of …
Béjart, Le Teck
Béjart, Le Teck, Dancer. Catherine Zuasnabar, JulienFavreau. The French-born Bejart set new standards during a career that spanned five decades, starting with his signature work, the 1959 staging of Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring," in which his dancers -- clad in sleek, shiny tights -- created an erotic aura with impulsive, natural movements that became a standard of …
Tricks and Tracks
Tricks & Tracks: Pál Frenák was born in Budapest, in 1957, and settled down in Paris in 1983. He established his own Dance Company in 1989, and made his first choreography in France the same year, titled “Ter”. In the following years, mainly staging improvisational pieces, he worked with György Kurtág, Patrick Schneider and several other contemporary composers. His first real hit was the Les Palets / Skate-boards; this show, just as all his other works, could be seen by the Hungarian audience as well, as part of the Budapest Autumn Festivals, or as individual performances. Since 1998 Frenák has been working more and more in Hungary, the majority of dancers of his Company are Hungarian. The premiere of his last three shows (Out of the Cage, Tricks & Tracks and his latest, the Festen/Feast ) were held in Budapest, in the House of Contemporary Arts, the “Trafó”.
The Kremlin Ballet
The Company was founded by the well-known choreographer, Andrei Petrov, in 1990. They reside in the Kremlin Palace that is located on the territory of the Kremlin in Moscow. The Company defines its artistic mission as one that is based on masterpieces of the classical legacy and their creative further development. Their repertoire comprises the oeuvres of the outstanding old masters (M. Petipa, A. Gorski, L. Ivanov) as well as recent ballets of J. Grigorovich, V. Vasziljev, A. Petrov. The pieces are directed by those leading stage artists, who otherwise are considered as trend-setters of the new expression formulas of the present day theater: Stanislav Benediktov and Olga Polyanskaya, Marina Sokolova and Boris Messerer, Viktor and Rafael Volski, Vladimir Arefev and Boris Krasnov.
Vernal victim
Vernal victim
Wisper of Angel's
Wisper of Angel's
Splinters
Tamás Juranics: Splinters Stage-design and costumes: Zsuzsa Molnár Splinters, bits and pieces and fragments. Fragments of destinies, loves and lives that so often determine the whole, at times our whole life. A night, when the unreal plays a real role, thus enhances the chance for accidental occurrences. I do not wish to speculate on the big questions of life, nor to draw a lesson at the end of the show; my intention is to simply highlight the bits and pieces of human destinies, true and false loves, desires, every-day Mandarins, disappointments, broken hearts – splinters. Tamás Juranics.
The Miraculous Mandarin
“Three apaches at their den force a young girl to stand by the window and attract passing men into the room, men who will later be brutally robbed by them. There are three seduction scenes. The first man to be lured up is a penniless old man. The second is none better. However, the third man is a rich Chinese. The catch is good, the girl tries to dilute him with her dance and the Mandarin’s zest for the girl is aroused, he falls passionately in love with the prostitute. The apaches grab and rob him, stab him with a sword, smother and strangle him, but without avail: the Mandarin in love remains fixated on the girl. To save the situation, by a womanly instinct, the prostitute agrees to fulfill the Mandarin’s desire: The Mandarin and the prostitute embrace passionately and with his longing fulfilled, he dies in an ecstasy of love.”
Dimensions
Dimensions
The seventies Jears
The seventies Jears
Food-photos and receptions
Food-photos and receptions
Wedding
Wedding

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