How Design Duo Harriet Jung and Reid Bartelme are Bringing Back the Spirit of the Ballets Russe.
So when Guggenheim Works and Process general director Duke Dang moved toward them with a plan to make an originator driven program investigating the imaginative strategies for the Ballets Russes, they were fascinated.
Bartelme and Jung quickly felt that they could identify with the Ballets Russes' profoundly community style. In the mid twentieth century, the director Sergei Diaghilev united praised craftsmen including Igor Stravinsky, Pablo Picasso and Coco Chanel to work with choreographers on new ballet performances. Diaghilev was centered around the gestalt; the possibility that the entire of the work ought to be more than the whole of its parts.
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