George Balanchine And His Dancers: The Ballet Photographs Of George Platt Lynes
January 28 - February 8, 2003 (part of Arts Week 2003)
From January 28 through February 8, the John Waldron Arts Center hosts an exhibition of photographs from The Kinsey Institute's important collection of work by the 20th century American photographer George Platt Lynes. Images include portraits of George Balanchine, the Russian-born choreographer who co-founded the New York City Ballet, and the dancers with whom he worked, including Vera Zorina, Maria Tallchief, and André Eglevsky. This exhibition is part of Bloomington's annual Arts Week celebration, which brings many university and community groups together for collaborations in the performing and visual arts.
Although a printed catalog is not available, you may visit our virtual gallery to see the images featured in the exhibition.
This virtual exhibition is sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculties at Indiana University, Bloomington.