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Alfred Flechtheim

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Alfred Flechtheim

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Die Pummelchens, 1935

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Die Pummelchens, 1935

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Florence Henri

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Florence Henri

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Osbert Sitwell and Violet Trefusis

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Osbert Sitwell and Violet Trefusis

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Portrait de femme, 1938 (Florence Henri)

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Portrait de femme, 1938 (Florence Henri)

(Source: photo-arago.fr)

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A dynamic duo from the New Objectivity party at the Bauhaus, 1925.

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A dynamic duo from the New Objectivity party at the Bauhaus, 1925.

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Harald Kreutzberg
“I dance to express myself. I dance for my heart, blood, imagination…I do not believe that dancing should tell a story or have a meaning; nor do I feel that a dancer must draw upon his experiences to express fully dances of great joy or great sorrow…”

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Harald Kreutzberg

“I dance to express myself. I dance for my heart, blood, imagination…I do not believe that dancing should tell a story or have a meaning; nor do I feel that a dancer must draw upon his experiences to express fully dances of great joy or great sorrow…”

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OTTO STEINERT  
LA COMTESSE DE FLEURY 1952  

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OTTO STEINERT  

LA COMTESSE DE FLEURY 1952  

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Nelly and Theo van Doesburg, their dog Dada, and dancer Kamares, 1925.

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Nelly and Theo van Doesburg, their dog Dada, and dancer Kamares, 1925.

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Cabaret du Ciel, 1927. Photo by Man Ray.
Standing: Hans Arp, Jean Caupenne, Georges Sadoul, André Breton, Pierre Unik, Yves Tanguy, Cora, André Thirion, René Crevel, Suzanne Musard, and Frédéric Mégret.
Seated: Elsa Triolet, Louis Aragon, Camille Goëmans, and Madame Goëmans.
This photograph recently sold at auction for approximately $10,000.

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Cabaret du Ciel, 1927. Photo by Man Ray.

Standing: Hans Arp, Jean Caupenne, Georges Sadoul, André Breton, Pierre Unik, Yves Tanguy, Cora, André Thirion, René Crevel, Suzanne Musard, and Frédéric Mégret.

Seated: Elsa Triolet, Louis Aragon, Camille Goëmans, and Madame Goëmans.

This photograph recently sold at auction for approximately $10,000.