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Choreography
 
The contemporary choreography series takes a theoretical approach, leading the reader beyond the context of dance alone to reflect on questions of sight, language and the frontiers of imagination.
The monographs series allow writers and critics to discuss the work of choreographers, while the choreographers are invited to participate in the editorial process through long interviews and by designing the visual layout of the books themselves.
 
Danses tracées
1991
French edition
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This publication brings together scores, drawings, sketches, notes, graphics and paintings, which contributes to define a textuality of movement between writing and image.
Traces of Dance
1991
English edition
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Traces of Dance brings together scores, drawings, sketches, notes, graphics and paintings, which contributes to define a textuality of movement between writing and image.
Daniel Larrieu -
1989
French edition
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The first monograph dedicated to the choreographer's work.
Jean-Claude Gallotta -
1988
French edition
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Monograph.
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