24 romantic dancer who captures emotion in movement and devotes life to art.
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Sofia Coppola photographed by Ruven Afanador for The Hollywood Reporter.
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It’s the century of the displaced person, you can never go home.
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The Lady of Shalott (Detail)
Willam Holman Hunt
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McQueen On The Screen, photographed by Steven Klein for The Face, June 2003
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Creative people have an innate need for an outlet to express themselves; for Ingrid Endel that channel was found through dance. However after multiple knee injuries, her dance career was brought to a halt after training for twelve years. It is then that she turned to photography to express her emotions and has found a way to utilize her polished dance poses to create stunning, conceptual self-portraits. Though her injuries may prevent her from starring in Swan Lake, she has found a way, just as elegant, to showcase her grace, strength, emotion, and creativity through her pictures. Her struggles to find joy again after her dreams of dancing were shattered are expressed beautifully in this ethereal photo series, which takes place in nature.
usually can’t stand posed dancer portraits BUT this is something on another level… i really like this artistic artful combination of dance and photography which is not literal and vain like others.
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