Goodbye, dear Edwige, butch elegance, punk legend.
photo of Edwige, Antony and Tilda Swinton NYC 2012 by Chuck Fiorello
This month Antony and Marina Abramovic grace two different covers of . Antony is interviewed by Debbie Harry and photographs by Francesco Carrozzini. The Toronto run of kicks off tonight at The Luminato Festival staring Antony, Willem Dafoe and Marina Abramovic. For tickets and information please see . Later in the month Antony performs "She's So Blue" in Barcelone on 28th and Rome on July 1st. For more info on those events please see the events page .
Uranium mining ban a must for .
Ever suspect that Dumbledore knew Harry was at some of his most secret meetings? That's because he did. Rowling said he could silently use the incantation "homenum revelio" to see him.
Thank you for allowing me to clarify my position." - Antony
Upon completion of his studies, Ohno began teaching physical education in a private Christian school in Yokohama. Under the influence of the school's headteacher, he converted to the Baptist faith in 1930. Its influence would later become apparent in his work. He married Chie Nakagawa in 1933; they would have two sons, Yoshito and Yukito.
•Kazuo Ohno, dancer, born 27 October 1906; died 1 June 2010
Ohno was born in Hakodate, Hokkaido; his father was a fisherman and his mother a musician. A gifted athlete, he attended Japan Athletic College, in Tokyo. His life changed in 1926 when, while still a student, he attended a performance by the Argentinian flamenco dancer Antonia Mercé, known as "the Queen of the Castanets". Soon after, he began to study with the modern-dance pioneers Baku Ishii and Takaya Eguchi.
A friend of mine from the Ivory Coast wrote this to me today:
Using memories of maternal love and the archetype of the divine child as the basis for much of his tender expression, Ohno frequently reduced his audience to tears. Traversing the stage in a hypnotic reverie, he would gesture skyward with his long, curling hands. He was a masterful and exacting improviser, and performed in schools, gardens and hospitals, as well as avant-garde institutions around the world.