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Around the Flamenco Triangle


I’ve always been fascinated by flamenco. Not the woman in scarlet with a rose between her lips. That cliché exists only in the tackiest of tourist shows. Rather, the living art that reaches straight into your heart without the intercession of conscious thought. How better to understand people, contrasts and culture than with an epic trip by train?

Quoting Alvin Ailey and racism in dance


Why I’ve quoted Ailey on racism in an upbeat photo book for my family