In collaboration with:

is pleased to announce its exhibition:


Photographs by:​

Guilherme Licurgo

Featuring Martha Graham's dancers



Efren Isaza


Until Nov 23rd, 2017.



10 NE 39th St, Miami, FL 33137

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Monday - Friday: 10:00 - 18:00
Saturday: 12:00 - 18:00

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Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1983 and is currently residing and working in São Paulo, Brazil. 

Invited to model for Terry Richardson for his book, “Terry Richardson Rio Cidade Maravilhosa” in 2008, inspired Guilherme went to study Photography at the Panamericana School of Art. He discovered his real passion behind the lens, creating images. He has been working as a photographer ever since.

"Guilherme Licurgo has reached into Martha Graham's essential beliefs and extended them into the future.I know Martha would be intrigued and delighted by these evocative photos and feel the deep connection to her own creative discoveries. The Martha Graham Dance Company wishes to thank Guilherme Licurgo for his sensitivity, his generosity and his artistry in transforming our historic legacy with these stunning photographs."

Janet Eilber

Artistic Director of the Martha Graham Dance Company


Isaza, one of Colombia’s most influential fashion photographers, initially studied fashion design. He united his interest in fashion with one of his earliest passions: photography.

Graceful female figures lounge in fashionable poses, paper costumes that seem borrowed from Oskar Schlemmer’s triadic ballet make the ballerinas look like marionettes. Their dislocation recalls the puppets Hans Bellmer featured in his surreal photographic experiments. Frida Kahlo’s face with her dark, furrowed eyebrows, peers at the viewer out of different scenes; her hair is knotted artfully on her head.

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