The exhibition "Pas de Deux" brings together the photographs taken by Eikoh Hosoe and those taken by William Klein of Kazuo Ohno (1906-2010), the cofounder of the Japanese dance form Butoh. "Pas de Deux" also interrogates the performative aspect of the photographic act. In 1961, William Klein went to Tokyo and created photographic work that would be published in 1964 under the title Tokyo.
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