ANNE TERESA DE KEERSMAEKER IN PERFORMANCE AND CONVERSATION

On the opening day of her dance installation at Kunstsammlung NRW, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker will participate in an artist talk with Kunstahalle Basel director and curator Elena Filipovic, who edited De Keersmaeker’s exhibition catalog Work / Travail / Arbeid.

The installation—curated by Isabelle Malz—is a reconception of De Keersmaeker’s 1982 work FASE, FOUR MOVEMENTS TO THE MUSIC OF STEVE REICH. The piece will also be performed once in a stage version at Tanzhaus NRW.

The dancers—in alternating pairs—are Laura Bachman and Soa Ratsifandrihana, and Yuika Hashimoto and Laura Maria Poletti.

Following the presentation in Düsseldorf, De Keersmaeker will return to New York City where she is choreographing Ivo van Hove’s new Broadway production of Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim’s West Side Story. Previews begin on December 10, with opening night set for February 6, 2020.

ANNE TERESA DE KEERSMAEKER / ROSAS—FASE, FOUR MOVEMENTS TO THE MUSIC OF STEVE REICH installation

October 29–November 10, 2019.

Starting every hour from noon.

ANNE TERESA DE KEERSMAEKER IN CONVERSATION with ELENA FILIPOVIC

Tuesday, October 29, at 6 pm.

Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen K20

Grabbeplatz 5, Düsseldorf.

ANNE TERESA DE KEERSMAEKER / ROSAS—FASE, FOUR MOVEMENTS TO THE MUSIC OF STEVE REICH stage adaptation

Saturday, November 9, at 8 pm.

Tanzhaus Nordrhein-Westfalen

Erkrather Strasse 30, Düsseldorf.

From top: Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker; De Keersmaeker (left) and Michèle Anne De Mey performing Fase, Four Movements to the Music of Steve Reich in 1999, photograph by Stephanie Berger (second from top and below); De Keersmaeker, Fase, 2018, Soa Ratsifandrihana (left) and Laura Bachman (2); Laura Maria Poletti; Ratsifandrihana and Bachman; Yuika Hashimoto and Poletti; Hashimoto; photographs by Anne Van Aerschot. Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker—Work / Travail / Arbeid, edited by Elena Filipovic, image courtesy and © Wiels (above). Dance images courtesy and © the choreographer, the dancers, and the photographers.

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