Dancing light exhibition at Huis Marseille/Amsterdam

Rejected Visions

The little facade gave me a wrong impression. You could imagine a tiny space with little to show. But as soon as you entered high ceilings and wide halls with a neoclassical decoration and architecture left me speechless.

Each floor was dedicated to a single artist combining video and photography. To sum up the meaning of this exhibition, we could say how a photograph can express movement and how that power and energy moves us and transforms the world that surround us. In addition to this, the lightning and the distribution of the whole exhibition made you feel like if you were part of a scenary where different acts of dancing were taking place.

I didn’t expect a display of pictures showing flamenco dancers and the concept of “duende” (I’m quite familiar with these terms and culture as I’m Spanish). Remarkable were the portraits made by Xavier Miserachs about Antoñita…

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