Yana Toyber Explores Where Photography, Femininity, and Ballet Meet
Regarded by some, as arguably one of the last remaining, beautifully conservative art forms, the ballet. With all of its trappings that surround a fruitful relationship between the emotion expressed through movement and its players, the mere conduits for this expression. They grace the stage with poised plie and saute. Examples of the commanding positions of elegant rigor, that are as demanding of contemplative admiration, as any physical artwork elevated to artistic prominence.–– William Lankford.