Served by the sensuality and the delicacy of the large-format platinum prints, the black-and-white photographs of Isabel Muñoz are immediately recognizable. From series to series we see dances as different as the tango, flamenco, classical Cuban ballet and belly dancing, as well as bullfighters, Turkish wrestlers, flying Chinese monks and Brazilian capoeira fighters.
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