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Drexel Dance helps christen the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery

Recently I attended the opening reception of the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery on Drexel’s campus which featured an exhibit of work by contemporary artist Wangechi Mutu and for this opening night event a performance by members of the Drexel Dance Ensemble choreographed by Tania Isaac.

I love the fact that more and more choreographers are getting the chance to bring their art of making movement into galleries and museums seeing the dancers interact with a given exhibit and at times with the audience there to attend.

Here are a handful of images from the event.  Be sure to check out the new Leonard Pearlstein Gallery located in the URBN Center Annex at 3401 Filbert Street and of course keep an eye out for upcoming performances by the Drexel Dance Ensemble and also the work of Miss Tania Issac…












Additional credit information: Drexel Dance Ensemble performing “a shady place” choreographed by Tania Isaac within “suspended playtime” installation by Wangechi Mutu. Costumes by Katie Coble. Original music score by Chris Farrell.

All photos by Bill Hebert (BHPhotos) and courtesy of the Drexel Dance Ensemble and choreographer Tania Isaac. Any reproduction or re-posting without permission is strictly forbidden.

- Bill Hebert

Bill Hebert (pronounced AY-BEAR), has been photographing performances in Philadelphia and New York for 10+ years now primarily capturing dance. He has worked such local artists as KYLD, Rennie Harris Puremovement(RHPM), AMM&DCO, Headlong Dance Theater, BalletX, Winged Woman Dance/Tina Heuges, SHARP Dance and Group Motion among many others in Philadelphia. NY based and touring companies Bill has had the pleasure of working with include: Complexions, Limon Dance, Parsons Dance, Doug Varone and Dancers, Camille A Brown, Les Ballets Jazz de Montreal, Synthesis Dance Project, Stacey Tookey (Still Motion Dance) and Pilobolus. Bill has also had the pleasure of participating in three photography workshops with renowned dance photographer Lois Greenfield.

Bill’s philosophy and mission is to “Capture the Essence of the Moment” and give the work a life beyond the stage.

Bill Hebert is currently a photographer for Dance Affiliates (NextMove Series), Temple University's Dance Department Performance Photographer and Rehearsal Photographer for BalletX.

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