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Artists of Queensland Ballet perform La Bayadère, 2018. In a Canadian premiere, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet will perform a new re-imagined version by Choreographer Greg Horsman, a co-production with the Queensland Ballet, the West Australian Ballet and the Royal Winnipeg Ballet.

Year of the Moon Museums and stages across the world celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing

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Outside Snax Club, 2001

The Beat Goes On

The thrill that people seek in dance clubs is not photographable—the merging of bodily and planetary forces, a moment that feels breathlessly eternal. Hunger for this thrill exploded in Berlin when the Wall came down in 1989 and the brio of a 900-year-old city, stifled for generations, let loose again. Read On


Untitled, from the series "Konfettinacht," 2007

Berlin Keeps It Real

“What’s your tribe?” The question made me gulp my tequila soda. It came from a 30-ish banker, clad in a gold-beaded kimono and sunglasses. We were at a techno party, on a Friday night in New York City. He was asking, of course, which camp I had attended at Burning Man. Read On


Sunset on Venice's Grand Canal.

A Guide to the Venice Biennale

Founded over a century ago, the Venice Biennale switches between art and architecture. This year marks the Biennale d’Arte’s 58th edition, which takes over Venice through November 24. As summer winds down and the crowds in Venice abate, AIR MAIL Arts Intel Researcher Elena Clavarino discusses the Biennale with Bianca Arrivabene, deputy chairman of Christie’s Italy—and a Venice native. Read On

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