c. 1950s, Rock ‘n’ Roll sur les Quais de Paris. Pictures by Paul Almasy (c) AKG Images
[CasaGiardino] ♡ c. 1950s: Rock ‘n’ Roll sur les Quais de Paris ~ Paul Almasy Rock and roll (often written as rock & roll or rock 'n' roll) is a genre of popular music that originated and evolved in the United States during the late 1940s and early 1950s
Rock 'n' Roll sur les Quais de Paris Posters by Paul Almasy Dancing by the Seine in Paris, 1950...people still dance along the Seine at night. Adding this to the bucket list! Dance along the Seine
Rock 'n' Roll sur les Quais de Paris Posters by Paul Almasy Dancing by the Seine in Paris, 1950...people still dance along the Seine at night.
black-and-white: deepthinking:tartanspartan: Rock ‘n’ Roll sur les Quais de Paris — Paul Almasy, 1950s * But my heart is not weary, it’s light and it’s free I’ve got nothin’ but affection for all those who’ve sailed with me —Bob Dylan, from “Mississippi” (2001)
Rock 'n' Roll sur les Quais de Paris Posters by Paul Almasy Dancing by the Seine in Paris, 1950
Retronaut - Rock n Roll sur les Quais de Paris@ 1950 pictures by Paul Almasy AKG images
Rock ‘n’ Roll sur les Quais de Paris, 1950's. Photo by by Paul Almasy.
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Retronaut - c. 1950s: Rock ‘n’ Roll sur les Quais de Paris
[ raybansunglasses.hk.to ] #ray #ban #ray_ban #sunglasses #chic #vintage #new Great to own a Ray-Ban sunglasses as summer gift.ROBERT DOISNEAU. “Be-Bop en cave, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris”. 1951
#FotografíaBlancoYNegro ROBERT DOISNEAU. “Be-Bop en cave, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris”. 1951
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Robert Doisneau (1912 - 1994) - Be bop en cave, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris, 1951
ROBERT DOISNEAU. “Be-Bop en cave, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris”. 1951 by annabelle
Be-Bop en cave, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris, 1951, photo: Robert Doisneau.
Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powel, Broadway Melody 1940Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse, The Band Wagon, 1953Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, Follow The Fleet, 1936Be-Bop en cave, Saint-Germain-des-Prés à Paris 1951Jitterbugging in Paris, 1950. Photo by Paul AlmasyLe Tabou, Saint-Germain des Prés, Paris 1947 by Ronert DoisneauRocknroll sur les quais de Paris by Paul AlmasyLes premières…
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Lord John Maynard Keynes, the great British economist, dancing with his wife, the ballet dancer Lydia Lopokova.
Lord John Maynard Keynes, famous, foolish British economist, dancing with his wife, the ballet dancer Lydia Lopokova.
John Maynard Keynes, economist and lover of Lytton Strachey and Duncan Grant, dancing with his wife, the ballet dancer Lydia Lopokova.
Economist John Maynard Keynes and his wife, the ballerina Lydia Lopokova. (Keynes was part of The Bloomsbury Group) *** Virginia Woolf, remarking on their relationship in 1924 and displaying her famous intellectual snobbery, wrote in a letter to Jacques Raverat that “they say you can only talk to Maynard now in words of one syllable.”
Economist John Maynard Keynes and his wife, the ballerina Lydia Lopokova. (Keynes was part of The Bloomsbury Group)
Maynard Keyes, economist and lover of Lytton Strachey and Duncan Grant, dancing with his wife, the ballet dancer Lydia Lopokova.Vanessa Bell for John Maynard Keynes office #bloomsburygroup John Maynard Keynes was the most inflencial economist of the 20th century. He is known for the Keysian economics until Milton Friedman Neoliberal economy theory "Trickel Down" took hold through Regan The net result of this is the huge divide between the have and have nots
Lydia Lopokova and John Maynard Keynes dancing on their wedding day, 1925.
Maynard Keynes dancing with his wife, the ballet dancer Lydia Lopokova.
John Maynard Keynes dances with wife, Russian ballerina Lydia Lopokova
Photo of happiness the day Maynard Keynes married Lydia Lopokova. Lydia was a Russian professional ballet dancer, not an intellectual. Maynard's friends were disturbed and worried about this, but the marriage was a long and contented one. This from Wikipedia on Keynes and lovers and Bloomsbury: Keynes' early romantic and sexual relationships were almost all with men. Homosexuality was not unusual in the Bloomsbury group in which Keynes was avidly involved. One of his great loves was the artist Duncan Grant, whom he met in 1908, and he was also involved with the writer Lytton Strachey. Keynes appeared to turn away from homosexual relationships around the time of the first World War.In 1918, he met Lydia Lopokova, a well-known Russian ballerina, and they married in 1925. My note - It seems to me that the only male in the inner realms of the Bloomsbury group who did not have male as well as female lovers were Leonard Woolf & Clive Bell.
1960 Pop singer Chubby Checker singing his hit song The Twist while twisting w a woman below him on the dance floor at the Crescendo nightclub
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[ Passion among us ] - man, the skill .. the timing .. these dance photos absolutely amaze me......or its photoshopped ;)
Stunning Dance Photos Inspired By Adele's ‘Rolling In The Deep’
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[ passion among us ] - man, the skill .. the timing .. these dance photos absolutely amaze me......or its photoshopped ;) D a n c e,Dance,Dance the Dance while you can Dance,Dance-Poetry in Motion,Graceful Era,inspiratio
"a young liza minnelli." Repinned from @Lauren Davison Davison Davison Santo Domingo.
a young Liza Minnelli. precious. Good Lord...Look at those eyes!!!
young liza minnelli (age 4-5).......Love this zany woman!!! BDR
young liza minnelli (age 4-5)... And yes, I was a tiny dancer :D
Baby Ballerina: Liza Minnelli So very cute!
Young Liza Minelli
A young dancer
Here is a new part of rare photos of famous people. Actors and actresses, musicians, movie directors, etc. Here is a new part of rare photos of famous people. Actors and actresses, musicians, movie directors, etc. Isabelle Yasmine Adjani Brigitte Bardot Elton John Madonna Audrey Hepburn Elizabeth Taylor Phil Collins Cher Tom Cruise Sophia Loren The Beatles Leonardo DiCaprio Marilyn Monroe with Frank Sinatra Barbra Streisand Brad Pitt Bob Marley Vanessa Paradis Mick Jagger Demi Moore Alain Delon Drew Barrymore Johnny Depp Liza Minnelli Elvis Presley Alfred Hitchcok Michael Jackson John Travolta Angelina Jolie Kurt Cobain Kurt Cobain with family Matt Damon Debi Mazar Barack Obama and Michelle Obama Brittany Murphy Bruce Willis Marlene Dietrich Al Capone Helena Bonham Carter Iggy Pop Jared Leto
Liza Minnelli (1946) is an American actress and singer best known for her portrayal of Sally Bowles in the 1972 musical film Cabaret. While her first appearances were with her superstar mother, Judy Garland, Minnelli has been able to step out of her mother's shadow to establish a substantial career as a performer. In addition to Garland, her father Vincente Minnelli was also well known in Hollywood for his work as a director. With mom Judy Garland in May 1947. Judy Garland with baby Liza Minnelli, ca. 1947. Liza Minnelli as a toddler sitting in her mother Judy Garland's chair. Liza Minnelli on the set of In the Good Old Summertime (1949) Judy brings her daughter Liza to see Mickey Rooney on the set of Words and Music, 1948. Liza Minnelli saying goodbye to her father, film director Vincente Minnelli (1913 - 1986) aboard the Queen Elizabeth just before sailing to join her mother Judy Garland who is on tour in Europe. A young Liza Minnelli, 1948, stuffing her face with ice cream on Christmas day. Liza Minnelli pictured with Lucille Ball while visiting her father Vincente Minnelli on the set of his film The Long, Long Trailer (1953). Liza Minnelli visits mother Judy Garland on the set of Summer Stock (1950) Gene Kelly and Liza Minnelli Little ballerina Liza Minnelli Little ballerina Liza Minnelli Little Liza in the arms of Bozo the Clown (Pinto Colvig) at a children's Easter party in Hollywood. Judy Garland greets her daughter Liza at the train station after her trip to New York, 1950.
Bob Lerner, "Fancy Free", Grant Park, Chicago 1952
"Fancy Free", 1952, by Bob Lerner. "His name is Rod Alexander, husband of his dance partner Bambi Linn. This was a real production--it was an illustration for a Look entertainment story. It was my own concept to show two styles of dance in one picture, and place the dancers in a unique location. Grant Park, Chicago 1952. Signature picture for the Chrysler show."
Bob Lerner, "Fancy Free", Grant Park, Chicago 1952. #Movie #Musical #Dance #Music #Film #Cinema #Broadway #Jump
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Bob Lerner, "Fancy Free", Grant Park, Chicago 1952. So carefree and happy :)
Bob Lerner, "Fancy Free", Grant Park, Chicago 1952. Beautiful Picture!!!!
"Fancy Free", Grant Park, Chicago 1952 | Photo by Bob Lerner
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Bob Lerner, "Fancy Free", Chicago 1952
"Fancy Free" (Photo Bob Lerner, , Grant Park, Chicago 1952) - Humour Actualités Citations et Images
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I have no desire to prove anything by dancing. I never used it as an outlet or as a means of expressing myself. I just dance. • Fred Astaire. Photo of Fred Astaire dancing with his son Fred Jr. is by George Karger/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
Fred Astaire dancing with his son Fred Astaire Jr. There should always be time for dancing around the living room.
// Fred Astaire dancing with his son Fred Astaire Jr...This is just too much fun not to share!!! LOOOVE!
Fred Astaire dancing with his son Fred Astaire, Jr. When he danced, you felt whatever he wanted you to. He made it look easy.
Reminder to never stop enjoying your kids :) (Fred Astaire dancing with his son Fred Astaire Jr.)
Fred Astaire dancing with his son Fred Astaire Jr. THIS IS WHAT I'M EXPECTING OF YOUR FIRST DANCE!
Fred Astaire dancing with his son Fred Astaire Jr.
Born in San Francisco in 1877, Isadora Duncan has become known as the mother of modern dance, but perhaps more importantly she stands as a brilliant example of a woman with an incredible self-belief and a determination to offer the world the art she loved.
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Isadora Duncan (May 27, 1877 — September 14, 1927) was a dancer, considered by many to be the creator of modern dance. Born in the United States, she lived in Western Europe and the Soviet Union from the age of 22 until her tragic death at age 50.
Isadora Duncan : Mother of Modern Dance and introduces apparatus into movement... a legacy for dancers and gymnasts alike!
Isadora Duncan - The Mother of Modern Dance. Her dancing was as controversial as her personal philosphy, politics and love life. Her body just exuded the gracefulness, energy and joy of the natural elements, plant life and creatures of nature. I was first drawn to Isadora by a roommate who is the adopted daughter of one of her nieces but it was an iconic Isadora quote; "You were wild once. Don't let them tame you." that rang a bell which continues to echo in my soul.
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First Annual Spring Festival at Barnard College -- members of the Barnard Organization of Soul Sisters performing South African dance, medium view, Barnard Gymnasium, April 19, 1969. From left: Sandra J. Hemphill '71, Frances Sadler '72, Ruth M. Louie '71, Phyllis McEwen '72, and unknown dancer. Courtesy of Barnard College Archives.
On the "good foot" (4). Barnard Organization of Soul Sisters performing South African dance, 1969.
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Barnard Organization of Soul Sisters performing South African dance, 1969.
African Dance Class
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“First Annual Spring Festival – members of the Barnard Organization of Soul Sisters performing South African dance, medium view, Barnard Gymnasium, April 19, 1969.” (Barnard College Archives)
Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did, only backwards and in high heels.
...I spent all day, dreaming of the way I'd like to hold you...And I got absolutely nothing done, but it was so much fun & have I told you? How beautiful you are - tonight? Just like a movie star?
This gorgeous ostrich feather dress worn by Ginger Rogers was a backless, bias-cut marvel. Worn in 1935's TOP HAT, the dress had an ethereal, floating feel about it. Per Ginger's autobiography, the feathers flying off the dress drove Fred Astaire crazy in take after take. At the end of the shoot her gave her a gold feather for her charm bracelet as well as the nickname "Feathers".
Top Hat, 1935. By Mark Sandrich with Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Helen Broderick and Edward Everett Horton.
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Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers dancing "Cheek to Cheek" in the film "Top Hat," 1935. Ginger is wearing the notorious feather dress which shed like a snow storm for quite a few takes.
Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers, Top Hat, 1935 (gowns by Bernard Newman)
Top Hat, Fred Astaire, & Ginger Rogers in the famous feather dress
Fred & ginger in Top Hat 1935.
FRED ASTAIRE AND GINGER ROGERS Allan Scott and Dwight Taylor (screenplay, based on a play by Sándor Faragó, Alada Laszlo, and Károly Nóti), Irving Berlin and Max Steiner (music), Mark Sandrich (director) Top Hat / 1935 With great song and dance numbers such as "Isn't This a Lovely Day," "Fancy Free," "The Piccolino" and "Top Hat, White Tie and Tails," it seems almost impossible to select just one dance! But of all Astaire's and Rogers' performances throughout their years as a duo, the most memorable of all may be their brilliant "Cheek to Cheek." In terms of the plot, the number might never have happened. Dale Tremont (Ginger Rogers) is furious with Jerry Travers (Fred Astaire), whom she believes to be her good friend Madge Hardwick's husband, Horace. Travers has flirted with Tremont, but Madge seemingly doesn't care, for, in reality, she is trying to marry off Travers, suggesting Tremont as the perfect match. It is with due hesitation, accordingly, that Tremont accepts his offer to dance. As he begins the love song, moreover, she turns several times to Madge, pondering what to do, but Madge merely motions that they should get closer together. The dance begins as a simple waltz, with Travers (Astaire) stopping several times to sing the famous lyrics ("Heaven, I'm in Heaven / And my heart beats so loudly I can hardly speak / And I seem to find the happiness I seek / When we're out together dancing cheek to cheek"). After each stop they dance for a while, until suddenly, at the music's crescendo, they swing upstairs, she spinning before laterally jumping, Astaire moving into a soft tap. Both leap, moving backwards, then forward, until in a final pas de deau, Rogers being gently lifted before Astaire lets her down, the two spin, returning to the quiet waltz. Perhaps the most notable thing about this dance is Roger's beautiful white feathered dress (at least it appears white on the screen; the lining, so I have read, in reality was blue) that is so absolutely breathtaking a costume that we might forgive them, he in his tuxedo and she in the gown, if they merely stood there talking. Yet their graceful dancing on top, equally transports us into "Heaven." Astaire and the director had tried to dissuade Rogers from wearing the dress, and as she began to dance, just as they feared, the feathers flew off every time she made a move. Astaire described it as something akin to "a chicken being attacked by a coyote." You can still see some few feathers floating through the air at scene's end. And after this event, Rogers' nickname became "feathers." Los Angeles, April 16, 2011
Photo by dancer/choreographer/ photographer Christopher Peddecord for "Aloft: The New Dance Project."
Thought this was super neat! The human body is so beautiful. Dance - Christopher Peddecord
"Liz" by Christopher Peddecord #contemporarydance #dancer #ballerina #ballet #dance
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I came across photographer Christopher Peddecord sometime last year and I fell in love with a series of his Black and White Photographs titled "Aloft: The New Dance Project" ... A bit about Christopher Peddecord: Coming from a Dancing/Choreography Background, Peddecord decided to take on photography — concentrating on the Movement of Dancers for a few projects. "I’ve never been merely content to simply pose a dancer and leave things be. A pose is static and dance is anything but. Dance is at its core an expression of time, space, and energy. Still-photography takes away the element of time which makes a dancer, despite their specific intent, look inert," says Peddecord (about his photography on his website.) His Goal is to create movement that forces the photograph to have the illusion of a before and an after, giving the still frame life and movement. Below, some Photographs from the Series: "In a world borne of the artificial, Aloft expresses the beauty of dance in elegant simplicity. Absent of any gimmicks, the photographs are purposely bare save for the line, the shape, the dance and most importantly the dancer." — Christopher Peddecord about his Aloft: The New Dance Project Photographs I absolutely Love this Photo! I absolutely love how Christopher Peddecord has captured a split-second of a dancers movement on camera. If you are Q-rious to view the rest of the photographs in this Series, click here. All photo credit: Christopher Peddecord