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butoh dance - i love it!
Dance Art, Pretty Girls, Fashion Styles, Beautiful Beautiful, Modern Dance, Art Nailart, Art Opi, Butoh Dancers, Gliter Nailart
Butoh, expressive Japan modern dance
➰ 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)
Kazuo Ohno performing Admiring La Argentina
Admire La, Ohno Kazuo, Butoh Kazuo Ohno, Ohno Courtesy, Ohno Performingadmir, La Argentina, Argentina Kazuo, Butoh Dancers, Ankoku Butoh
Admiring La Argentina Kazuo Ohno Courtesy of Ufficio Stampa (539×800)
Hijikata Tatsumi - Butoh
Tatsumi Hijikata, Butoh Dance, Art, Movement Inspiration, Japanese Founders, Dance Bliss, Beautiful Dancers, 28Th Anniversaries, Hijikata Tatsumi
28th anniversary of the death of Tatsumi Hijikata, Japanese founder of Butoh.
Kaoru Okumura "Butohlet #9" 2014/3/6, TK Artistloft, Seattle. Seattle Artwalk
Seattle Artwalk, Performing Art, Butoh Gallery, Japanese Artsy, Okumura Butohlet, Artsy Stuff, Tk Artistloft, Kaoru Okumura
Dance Performing, Expresion Interes, Butoh Dance, Expresiones Interesantes, Barcelona Inspiration
Suffering Tribal Asian
Dark Soul, Japanese Dance, Suffering Tribal, Performing Costumes, Butoh Dance, Style People, Tribal Asian, Titus Andronicus
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.
Nezart Design, Creepy, North Sea, 04 Photography, Japan, Dai Rakuda, Kazuo Ohno, Rakuda Kan, Butoh Dancers
solbaltazar: Dai Rakuda Kan “The North Sea”
The Dai Rakuda Kan group of Butoh dancers, Tokyo, Japan. S) 麿赤兒 舞踏集団 大駱駝艦
Butoh Dance, origins attributed to Japanese dance legends Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno.
Butoh, Sankai Juku, Dance Mov, 舞踏山海塾
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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Performing Arts, Creepy, Dai Rakuda, Theatres Absurd, Theatres Inspiration, Culture Dance, Japan Butoh, Human Culture, Butoh Dancers
This is just creepy looking... Dai Rakuda Kan. Dance: The North Sea.
Japanese Butoh dancers