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John R. Johnsen (°1945, Copenhagen) was the photographer of the Royal Danish Ballet between 1970 and 1995. Yet he captured all aspects of dance before and beyond that, portraying a.o. the New York City Ballet, the Martha Graham Dance Company and the Dance Theater of Harlem.
Paris’ 3rd World Fair marked France’s recovery after the Franco-Prussian War. Covering 270,000 m², it featured inventions such as Bell's telephone, Edison’s phonograph and Mouchot’s solar powered engine. In the Trocadéro gardens, the head of the Statue of Liberty was on display.
75 years ago, Danish actress Betty Nansen passed away. Initially active in theatre, she emigrated to the States in 1913 to star in 5 Fox movies. Failing to score a hit, she returned in 1916 on the last ocean-liner to Copenhagen and became a successful theatre manager.
For the International Women's Day, we want to remember the diverse roles women played in World War I: They participated as nurses in the front lines, took over jobs at home formerly done by men and cared for their families.
‘The Kiss’, painted by Austrian Symbolist Gustav Klimt, undoubtedly is the most famous depiction of that ultimate moment of romance. But kisses come in all sorts and sizes: from peck on the cheek to lingering embrace, and from sweet and playful to overwhelmingly passionate!
When the temperature drops it's time to hit the slopes or the ice rink. Strap on your snowshoes, skis or skates and see how winter sports were enjoyed in the past with these vintage photos and historical paintings from across Europe.