Dancer flying free, ca. 1927

S. Rybin :: A young woman jumps, leaps, takes to the air (She indeed flies free). We do not know her name, only that she flies in the free dance studio of Vera Maya in Moscow, perhaps in 1927. Courtesy A.A. Bakhrushin State Central Theatre Museum, Moscow. | src Space Embodied – Het Nieuwe Instituut (the Russian Art of Movement 1920-1930)

Artistic acrobatics, late 1920s

Photographer unknown, acrobatic poses outdoors from a course manual in artistic acrobatics, late 1920s. Art of Movement State Courses (of Valeriia Tsvetaeva). VTs (Valeriia Tsvetaeva repository. Now in the collection of Evgenii Chernov, Moscow) | src Nicoletta Misler’s The Russian Art of Movement 1920-1930

Artistic acrobatics, late 1920s

Photographer unknown, acrobatic poses outdoors from a course manual in artistic acrobatics, late 1920s. Art of Movement State Courses (of Valeriia Tsvetaeva). VTs (Valeriia Tsvetaeva repository. Now in the collection of Evgenii Chernov, Moscow) | src Nicoletta Misler’s The Russian Art of Movement 1920-1930

Artistic acrobatics, late 1920s

Photographer unknown, acrobatic poses outdoors from a course manual in artistic acrobatics, late 1920s. Art of Movement State Courses (of Valeriia Tsvetaeva). VTs (Valeriia Tsvetaeva repository. Now in the collection of Evgenii Chernov, Moscow) | src Nicoletta Misler’s The Russian Art of Movement 1920-1930

Artistic acrobatics, late 1920s

Photographer unknown, acrobatic poses outdoors from a course manual in artistic acrobatics, late 1920s. Art of Movement State Courses (of Valeriia Tsvetaeva). VTs (Valeriia Tsvetaeva repository. Now in the collection of Evgenii Chernov, Moscow) | src Nicoletta Misler’s The Russian Art of Movement 1920-1930

Mila Cirul and Julian Algo, 1926

Trude Fleischmann :: Mila Cirul and Julian Algo: Dance poses, 1926. Catalogue of the fourth “Art of Movement” exhibition, 1928, within Nos. 534-35. PKh (Collection of Pavel Khoroshilov, Moscow). | src Nicoletta Misler’s The Russian Art of Movement 1920-1930

Pierrot, 1925

Otton Engel’s :: Pierrot, 1925. Crayons on paper. Signed and dated: “Engel’s 1925”. Catalogue of the first “Art of Movement” exhibition, 1925, Nos. 208-09. OE (Otton Engel’s repository, Moscow. Formerly in the collection of Irina Malakhova.) | src Nicoletta Misler’s The Russian Art of Movement 1920-1930