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butoh dance - i love it!
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Wholeness is not achieved by cutting off a portion of one’s being, but by integration of the contraries ― C.G. Jung (dance art by Butoh)
Butoh, expressive japan modern dance. Click to enlarge
Kazuo Ohno performing Admiring La Argentina
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Admiring La Argentina Kazuo Ohno Courtesy of Ufficio Stampa (539×800)
Sankai Juku, Japanese Dance, Butoh Dance, Japan Butoh, Traditional Style, Art Form, Art Sculp Mixed, Dance Troup, Dance Ballet
Sankai Juku, Japanese butoh dance troup. Definitely not for everyone. Butoh first appeared in Japan post-World War II in 1959, under the collaboration of Hijikata Tatsumi and Ohno Kazuo, "in the protective shadow of the 1950s and 1960s avant-garde". A key impetus of the art form was a reaction against the Japanese dance scene then, which Hijikata felt was overly based on imitating the West and following traditional styles like Noh. Thus, he sought to "turn away from the Western styles of dance, ballet and modern", and to create a new aesthetic that embraced the "squat, earthbound physique... and the natural movements of the common folk". This desire found form in the early movement of ankoku butō (暗黒舞踏). The term means "dance of darkness", and the form was built on a vocabulary of "crude physical gestures and uncouth habits... a direct assault on the refinement (miyabi) and understatement (shibui) so valued in Japanese aesthetics." Wikipedia
Hijikata Tatsumi - Butoh
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raveneuse: “ Today, January 21st, is the 28th anniversary of the death of Tatsumi Hijikata, Japanese founder of Butoh. ”
January 21st is the anniversary of the death of Tatsumi Hijikata, Japanese founder of Butoh. This is a photo of a Butoh dancer
founders of Butoh: Kazuo Ohno and Tatsumi Hijikata
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Kazuo Ono et Tatsumi Hijikata, les fondateurs du Buto, une danse contemporaine japonaise née en 1959. Une danse ou les rôles traditionnels féminin et masculin n'ont pas cours. Femme ou homme?
Kazuo Ohno et Tatsumi Hijikata @ D.R.
Image detail for -aime beaucoup cette danse.Si vous trouvez le documentaire "Dance of ...
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Image of butoh dancers Kudo Taketeru and Akiko Motofuji
Kudo Taketeru and Motofuji Akiko, Kamakura 1996. Photo by Kevin Bubriski Essay: click me
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"Dance, dance, otherwise we are lost." - Pina Bausch
~Deliciously wired.: Pina Bausch...
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Sopor Aeternus & The Ensemble of Shadows
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Imagen de Sopor Aeternus The Ensemble of Shadows
Una imagen de Sopor Aeternus & The Ensemble of Shadows
Kazuo ohno by marco tambara
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Kazuo Ohno - Butoh dance. Love love love
kazuo ohno: BUTOH sensei
Suffering Tribal Asian
Butoh Dance. It typically involves playful and grotesque imagery, taboo topics, extreme or absurd environments, and is traditionally performed in white body makeup with slow hyper-controlled motion, with or without an audience. There is no set style, and it may be purely conceptual with no movement at all. Its origins have been attributed to Japanese dance legends Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno.
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The Dai Rakuda Kan group of Butoh dancers, Tokyo, Japan.
Butoh: abanico de técnicas de danza creadas en 1950 por Kazuo Ohno y Tatsumi Hijikata, que, conmovidos por los fatídicos bombardeos atómicos sobre Hiroshima y Nagasaki, comienzan con la búsqueda de un nuevo cuerpo, el cuerpo de la postguerra. Normalmente involucra movimientos lentos, expresivos e imaginativos. La temática del butō es tan amplia como difusa, tocando aspectos fundamentales de la existencia humana.
The North Sea, spettacolo del gruppo Dai Rakuda Kan
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Sankai Juku - Japanese Butoh company: work Unetsu – The Egg stands out of Curiosity. first performed in 1986. photo by Alan Eglinton, a Paris-based freelance photographer.
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Spirits of the Orient. Butoh Dancers
This is just creepy looking... Dai Rakuda Kan. Dance: The North Sea.
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