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Jérôme Bel



Jérôme Bel lives in Paris and works internationally. Nom donné par l’auteur (1994) was a choreography of objects. Jérôme Bel (1995) was based on the total nudity of the performers. Shirtologie (1997) presented a dancer wearing several dozen T-shirts. Le dernier spectacle (1998) quoted from a solo by choreographer Susanne Linke, as well as Hamlet and André Agassi. Xavier Le Roy (2000) was signed Jérôme Bel but entirely executed by the choreographer Xavier Le Roy. The show must go on (2001) featured twenty performers, nineteen pop songs and a DJ. Véronique Doisneau (2004) was a solo on the work of a dancer at the Paris Opera. Isabel Torres (2005), for the Teatro Municipal in Rio de Janeiro, was the Brazilian version of the same show. Pichet Klunchun and myself (2005) was created in Bangkok with the traditional Thai dancer Pichet Klunchun. Then came Cédric Andrieux (2009), who danced with Merce Cunningham. 3Abschied (2010) was a collaboration between Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and Jérôme Bel based on Gustav Mahler’s Song of the Earth. Disabled Theater (2012) was a piece with professional mentally handicapped actors from Theater Hora, a company based in Zurich. Cour d’honneur (2013) presented fourteen audience members in Cour d’Honneur of the Papal Palace in Avignon. With Gala (2015), the choreographer combined professional and amateur dancers from a range of backgrounds. For Tombe, presented in 2016 for the Opéra National de Paris, Jérôme Bel asked ballet dancers to perform a duet with a person they would never share the stage with. In 2013 Emails 2009-2010, which he co-wrote with the choreographer Boris Charmatz, was published by Les Presses du Réel.