October 2008

MERCE CUNNINGHAM: DANCERS, ARTWORKS, AND PEOPLE IN THE GALLERIES

Douglas Crimp

SINCE 1964, Merce Cunningham has been staging what he terms “Events”: productions that assemble fragments of dances from throughout his company’s historical repertory, repurposed for specific venues, from Grand Central Station to Persepolis. On the occasion of Cunningham’s continuing series of Events taking place at upstate New York’s Dia:Beacon—where his …

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