Jako-Mica and dance partner

Studio Piaz :: Jacqueline Jako-Mica (Nicole Chaumot) with a dance partner at Casino de Paris, 1940s | src Abebooks and Zvab
Studio Piaz :: Jacqueline Jako-Mica (Nicole Chaumot) with a dance partner at Casino de Paris, 1940s | src Abebooks and Zvab
Studio Piaz :: Jacqueline Jako-Mica (Nicole Chaumot) with a dance partner at Casino de Paris, 1940s | src Abebooks and Zvab
Studio Piaz :: Jacqueline Jako-Mica (Nicole Chaumot) with a dance partner in Harlequin costume at Casino de Paris, 1940s | src Abebooks and Zvab
Studio Piaz :: Jacqueline Jako-Mica (Nicole Chaumot) with a dance partner at Casino de Paris, 1940s | src Abebooks and Zvab
Studio Piaz :: Jacqueline Jako-Mica (Nicole Chaumot) with a dance partner in Harlequin costume at Casino de Paris, 1940s | src Abebooks and Zvab

Why are people dancing?

Marion Herrmann :: Tanzgruppe Marion Herrmann. Warum tanzen die Menschen? Tempo Magazin, 1927, Heft 2.
Arnold Genthe :: Aus Mary Wigmans Totentanz. Gestaltung durch künstlerischen Tanz [Mary Wigman’s Dance of Death]. Tempo Magazin, 1927, Heft 2
Marion Herrmann :: Tänze Marion Herrmanns zu Paul Hindemiths Mechanischer Orgel [Dances by Marion Herrmann to Paul Hindemith’s mechanical organ]. Tempo Magazin, 1927, Heft 2.

‘Der Idiot’, 1952

Siegfried Enkelmann :: ‘Der Idiot’, 1952. Dancers Wiet Pilar and Harald Horn from the Berlin Ballet performing a scene from „The Idiot“, a ballet based on Dostoyevsky’s novel. Print annotated in pencil (on verso) | src eBay

Dancers by František Drtikol

František Drtikol (Czech, 1883-1961) :: Dancers, late 1920s - early 1930s.  | src Aleyna Gülbahar ~ Onedio Üyesi
František Drtikol (Czech, 1883-1961) :: Dancers, late 1920s – early 1930s. | src Aleyna Gülbahar ~ Onedio Üyesi
František Drtikol (Czech, 1883-1961) :: Dancers, late 1920s. | src Vintage Works Ltd.

Expressionist dance ‘Relief’, 1931

Atelier d’Ora -Benda :: A dance group of the Bodenwieser Dance Centre performs the expressionist dance ‘Relief’, 1931 (Photo by Arthur Benda – Ullstein Bild). | src Getty Images

Cochran Freaks, 1930

Sasha (Alexander Stewart) :: Serge Lifar and Alice Nikitina in a scene from the ‘Freak Ballet’ choreographed by George Balanchine, and shown in the Cochran Revue, at the London Pavilion Theatre, April 1930. | src Hulton Archive – Getty Images