The Guardian review ‘Men in Motion; Kyle Abraham: Pavement review – Putrov looks to the past’
‘If Abraham’s subject matter is political, the dances that he makes are intensely personal and imbued with a rare grace. What strikes you first about his choreography is the austere discipline underpinning its expressiveness. Rococo isolations of wrist, neck and shoulder flow from a centre that is always held, always calm.’
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