An exhibition honoring the late modern dance choreographer Pina Bausch is running in Bonn, Germany. It's the first time her work has been shown in a major museum exhibition. The choreographer died in 2009 after being diagnosed with lung cancer.
Seven years after her death, renowned modern dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch will be honored with an exhibition dedicated to her work at Bonn's Bundeskunsthalle.
Seven years after Pina Bausch's death, a new era begins for her world famous dance company. DW asked the newly appointed director, Adolphe Binder, how she'll navigate between tradition and renewal.
Can an exhibition do justice to the work of world-famous choreographer Pina Bausch? No, says her son, Salomon Bausch. But he worked together with a Bonn museum to do it anyways.
"Tanzjahr 2016" kicks off Friday in Berlin under the motto Dance Now! with special performances showcasing the diversity of dance at Bellevue Palace. The initiative wants to communicate the impact of dance on society.
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