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Master + Work

Meet the masters... the talented artists who have created some of the most outstanding achievements of the twentieth century. Where to start? We've got you covered. Click on to learn about these famous artists and their masterworks.

Master + Work
Find out how Ailey explored themes of African American heritage and culture through dance
Master + Work
Discover how Cunningham's abstract choreography was inspired by his innovative use of technology
Master + Work
Learn how this dance visionary pioneered her own movement language
Master + Work
See how Lange used her camera to tell the story of Depression-era Americans
Master + Work
Discover why he has been called "the father of American Ballet" and even the greatest choreographer of all time
Master + Work
Learn how this all-American master changed the stage of choreography in musical theater
Master + Work
Learn about Arthur Miller's voice of social conscience and his revolutionary Death of a Salesman

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