David Parsons is the artistic director of Parsons Dance, for which he has created over 70 works. Before founding Parsons Dance, he was a lead dancer in The Paul Taylor Dance company.
One of Parsons' signature pieces, Caught, employs the use of strobe lighting to create the illusion that the dan
Corbucci was the second most well known director of Italian westerns following Sergio Leone. He is most famous for the ultra violent Django (1966) which was so popular in Europe it spawned dozens of unoficial sequels. Other Corbucci westerns of note include Minnesota Clay, The Hellbenders, Companeros
Born in Turin on July 18, 1871, Giacomo Balla studied music as a child and was mostly self-taught as an artist. His early, pre-Futurist period was influenced by the Pointilism of Georges Seurat and Italian Divisionism, a style developed by a group in northern Italy that shared Impressionism's concern
Igor Josifov is a Macedonian performance artist who attended the School of Applied Arts in Skopje, Macedonia and started his secondary education and career in San Francisco, California. In his performances, the body is a medium that translates his personal and cultural experience into a broader conte