Hugo Marchand’s new memoir speaks of feelings that seem to beset nearly every dancer – of not belonging, of self-doubt, and of stage fright. And his newest pandemic project brought him into close contact with artist Anselm Kiefer. “I like the way [Steve Reich’s’Duet’] loops and matches Kiefer’s work which uses recycled and repeating materials. We were lucky to meet Anselm Kiefer, and I was very touched and moved by the paintings.” – The New York Times

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