Pavlowa (MPW March 1916)

Pavlowa The Incomparable in "The Dumb Girl of Portici". The Moving Picture World, March 1916 [detail]
Pavlowa The Incomparable in “The Dumb Girl of Portici”. The Moving Picture World, March 1916 [detail]
Pavlowa The Incomparable in "The Dumb Girl of Portici". The Moving Picture World, March 1916
Pavlowa The Incomparable in “The Dumb Girl of Portici”. Published in The Moving Picture World, March 1916

Abeceda by Karel Teige (1926)

A page for Abeceda [The Alphabet], 1926
Poetry by Vitezslav Nezval (Czech, 1900–1958)
Design, typography, and photomontage by Karel Teige (Czech, 1900–1951)
Choreography by Milča Mayerová (Czech, 1901–1977)
src Listování. Moderní knižní kultura ze sbírek Muzea umění Olomouc | Západočeská galerie v Plzni
O page for Abeceda [The Alphabet], 1926

« In Nezval’s Abeceda, a cycle of rhymes based on the shapes of letters, I tried to create a ‹ typofoto › of a purely abstract and poetic nature, setting into graphic poetry what Nezval set into verbal poetry in his verse, both being poems evoking the magic signs of the alphabet. » –Karel Teige, quoted from Abeceda – Index Grafik

H page for Abeceda [The Alphabet], 1926

In 1926 the Czech dancer Milca Mayerová choreographed the alphabet as a photo-ballet. Each move in the dance is made to the visual counterpoint of Karel Teige’s typographic music. Teige was a constructivist and a surrealist, a poet, collagist, photographer, typographer and architectural theorist, and his 1926 photomontage designs for the alphabet are a uniquely elegant and witty invention, and one of the enduring masterpieces of Czech modernism. –Quoted from The Guardian

Collage 247 by Karel Teige

Karel Teige :: Collage # 247 (fictional landscapes), 1942. | src Encyclopedia design & Kulturní Magazín
Karel Teige :: Collage # 247 (fictional landscapes), 1942. | src Encyclopedia design & Kulturní Magazín
Karel Teige :: Collage # 247 (fictional landscapes), 1942. | src Encyclopedia design & Kulturní Magazín

Patrick Morales-Lee’s portraits

Patrick Morales-Lee :: Veneration nº 3. Orange, from the exhibition «Folllowing» at Galerie Heimat
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Patrick Morales-Lee :: Veneration nº 3. Orange, from the exhibition «Folllowing» at Galerie Heimat
Patrick Morales-Lee :: Blanquet, from the exhibition «Folllowing» at Galerie Heimat
Patrick Morales-Lee :: Blanquet, from the exhibition «Folllowing» at Galerie Heimat
Patrick Morales-Lee :: unknown title, from the exhibition «Folllowing» at Galerie Heimat | src l'œil de la photographie
Patrick Morales-Lee :: unknown title, from the exhibition «Folllowing» at Galerie Heimat | src l’œil de la photographie
Patrick Morales-Lee :: Crowning, from the exhibition «Folllowing» at Galerie Heimat | src l'œil de la photographie
Patrick Morales-Lee :: Crowning, from the exhibition «Folllowing» at Galerie Heimat | src l’œil de la photographie
Patrick Morales-Lee :: Cloak, from the exhibition «Folllowing» at Galerie Heimat
Patrick Morales-Lee :: Cloak, from the exhibition «Folllowing» at Galerie Heimat
Patrick Morales-Lee :: Covenant, from the exhibition «Folllowing» at Galerie Heimat | src l'œil de la photographie
Patrick Morales-Lee :: Covenant, from the exhibition «Folllowing» at Galerie Heimat | src l’œil de la photographie

Dialogues: Mary Wigman Hands

Albert Renger-Patzsch :: Hands Study, dancer and choreographer Mary Wigman, 1920s | src Flickr
Ronit Porat :: Untitled, 2015 from Kinesphere. | src Ronit Porat • IG

Hand grasping woman’s hair

Hand grasping a beautiful young woman’s long, dark hair. Bromide print, ca. 1910 (post victorian). From the Collection of Thomas Harris. | src Swann Galleries
Ronit Porat :: Untitled, 2016, photo collage. | src manofim

Dialogues 2015-1910s (?)

Ronit Porat :: Untitled Kinesphere (Valeska Gert) | Tmuna Theater Gallery, Tel Aviv, 2015 | src Flickr
Valeska Gert [Berühmte Tänzerinnen (Famous Dancers) # 98] Phot. Atlantic | src Flickr

Pulling Laundry, 1925-2015

Ronit Porat :: Untitled, from Kinesphere | Tmuna Theater Gallery, Tel Aviv, 2015 | src Ronit Porat
Rhythmische Gymnastik: Wäscheziehen (System Mensendieck). Phot. Lili Baruch. UHU Magazin, Oktober 1925. | src Flickr

Dialogues 1925 -2015

Ronit Porat :: Shoulder-stand, 2015 (Lili Baruch, 1925). From: Kinesphere | Tmuna Theater Gallery, Tel Aviv, 2015. | src Ronit Porat
Rhythmische Gymnastik: Die Kerze (System Mensendieck) Phot. Lili Baruch. UHU Magazin, Oktober 1925. | src Flickr

Dialogues: 1929 – 2018

Ronit Porat :: Untitled, 2018 from the exhibition ‘Table’. Curator: Ron Bartos. | src Ronit Porat • IG
Waléry :: Gliederkreuz. Georgia Graves in den Folies Bergère. Scherl’s Magazin Band 5, Heft 11, November 1929 | src arthistoricum