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Artifact: A Photo Gallery

Is classical ballet “rock” or “dust”? Yesterday, the Royal Ballet of Flanders invited us to reflect on the past and the future of this art form, on its roots and evolution, via a mesmerising performance of William Forsythe’s Artifact. Fab photographer Alice Pennefather stepped into the general rehearsal at Sadler’s Wells and shares below her images [...]
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