Pablo Bronstein review – no disco dads allowed in Tate's time-bender

Tate Britain, London
Past and present shimmy around one another like three graces at a voguing contest in this stately dance work, casting new light on an old building

Pablo Bronstein has turned Tate Britain’s Duveen galleries into a stage, a promenade, a piazza. Three dancers move, stop and move again through the length of the long hall. They dance and pose, flutter their hands, come together and part, echoing one another in stately turns. Pina Bausch it isn’t, though I longed for an avalanche of falling earth to liven things up a bit.

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Source: Guardian Dance News

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