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October 28, 2011


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Ben Howard

Barry -

Beyond their parallel roles as radical innovators and influential modernists, would you see a particular connection between Cezanne's painting and Cunningham's choreography? Why Cezanne rather than, say, Picasso? Did Cunningham acknowledge a debt to Cezanne? Did you intuit it from the performance?

Thanks for your post and photos.

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