Vladamir Malakhov, widely acclaimed winner of numerous awards and dancer of the century, is a dancer with the rare combination of technical brilliance and lyrical eloquence. His supple, androgynous body combines, power and purity, flash and elegance, melodrama and eye-boggling academic precision (New York Times)—when he leaps you feel gravity has been suspended. Above all, he is driven to achieve purity in his dance.
To date, nobody has come as close to this exceptional dancer and his ensemble as the German photographer Dieter Blum, who was granted exclusive permission to take photographs of the dancers in the nude. He has thereby captured the movements of this extraordinary artist in images that reflect this purity, and that also provide deep insight into the character of the ensemble.
The Collector s Edition is limited to 1500 numbered copies worldwide and is signed by photographer Dieter Blum.
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Vladimir Malakhov was born in 1968 in Krivoy Rog in eastern Ukraine. He began ballet training at the age of four. At ten he moved ot the famous Choreographic Academy of the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow and in 1986 he was engaged as the youngest soloist at the renowned Moscow Classical Ballet. In 1992 he received a prestigious engagement at the Vienna State Opera Ballet. In the following years he spent time at (among other celebrated institutions) the National Ballet of Canada (1994), the Stuttgart Ballet, and the American Ballet Theater at the Metropolitan Opera in New York. Since 2004 Vladimir Malakhov has been Artistic Director and Director at the Berlin State Ballet.
Dieter Blum began his career as a photographer at a young age. Since 1964 he has worked freelance for magazines such as Der Spiegel, Stern, Time, and Vanity Fair. He became known to a wider public in particular through his images for a global advertising campaign for Marlboro cigarettes. For more than 20 years Blum has devoted his work to the themes of music, dance, and art.
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