Isadora Paperback / softback
Illustrated by Clement Oubrerie
"There was never a place for [Isadora Duncan] in the ranks of the terrible, slow army of the cautious.
She ran ahead, where there were no paths." - Dorothy Parker In 1899, performing in the drawing rooms of London's elite, Isadora Duncan was already laying the foundations for modern dance.
The 22-year-old's movements were visceral, free-flowing, and expressive; she performed barefoot.
She shattered the conventions of traditional ballet and, in doing so, enchanted high society.
A year later, in Paris, she met the sculptor Auguste Rodin, whose work proved a revelation, and the influential dancer Loie Fuller, whose support marked the beginning of a dazzling on-stage career.
In Isadora, Julie Birmant and Clement Oubrerie capture the astonishing life and scandalous times of the so-called "Mother of Modern Dance." This extraordinary graphic novel takes in her arrival in Europe, her rise to stardom and the development of a style of dance ? inspired by natural forms and Greek sculpture ? that would become her enduring legacy.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 144 pages
- Publisher: SelfMadeHero
- Publication Date: 17/09/2019
- Category: Biography: arts & entertainment
- ISBN: 9781910593691