Flamenco's Great Maverick
Israel Galván "maintains an ironic distance from the turkey-cock machismo of old-school dancers, yet the intensity of his performance is fired by pure duende
. He's clearly an experimentalist, yet in contrast to the high-concept productions of much new generation flamenco, aspects of his aesthetic seem close to the playful minimalism of the Judson choreographers of 1960s New York."
The Guardian (UK) 02/25/13 (includes video)