Abstract No one should make judgments about ballets that no longer exist. Choreographer Bronislava Nijinska's surviving masterpieces offer sufficient proof of a a brilliant and varied imagination, inspired by her classical training; by the example of her brother, Vaslav Nijinsky; and by contemporary developments in the visual arts.
Experiment – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2011
Keywords: Bronislava Nijinska; Ballets Russes; Les Biches; Les Noces; Wassily Kandinsky and dance; modernism; abstraction in modern art; Russian ballet; Irina Nijinska; Nina Youshkevitch
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