Pablo Bronstein at Tate Britain: dancers mix Madonna and baroque

New commission for the Duveen galleries space features 1980s power dressing and movements from 17th-century Italy

Dancers wearing Princess Diana-esque jumpers and fake pearls are to feature at Tate Britain for the next six months in an artwork that combines 1980s power dressing with 17th-century baroque.

Pablo Bronstein’s Historical Dances in An Antique Setting is this year’s Tate Britain commission, which since 2000 has invited artists to fill the building’s large, neo-classical Duveen galleries.

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Source: Guardian Dance News

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