A co-production of the Ballets de Monte-Carlo and the Musée national du XXe siècle des Alpes-Maritimes
caution : Sold out show.
As part of Pas Croisés at the Musée Chagall, Asier Edeso and Mimoza Koike have been devising dance performances since 2017, giving free rein to their creativity. For this, their latest performance together, the pair are putting a few selected moments from their collaboration into perspective. Like Chagall, who multiplied sketches and let the layers of his art live on, Asier Edeso and Mimoza Koike break down a few emblematic choreographic sequences, presenting them to us from new angles so that we can better appreciate the kaleidoscope they imagined over six years.
The new creations by Mimoza Koïke, dancer-choreographer with Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo, and Asier Edeso, freelance dancer-choreographer, provide an opportunity to combine dance with other artistic disciplines in a light-hearted format that brings works of art into dialogue with the body in movement. This way of presenting dance is part of a shared desire on the part of the Ballets de Monte-Carlo and the national museums to offer events that restore the sense of performance art to live performance.
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Friday 10 May 2024, at 8 pm
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Diffraction, performed by Mimoza Koiké, Asier Edeso and Cristian Assis, on 27 May 2022, at the Musée national Marc Chagall, Nice. Overview of the stained glass windows by Marc Chagall, in collaboration with Charles Marcq, master glass artist, The Creation of the World (detail, 1971-1972). Photo: © Patrick Massabo © Adagp, Paris, 2023.
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