On March 18, the dance community bid farewell to Trisha Brown. After a lengthy illness, the revolutionary postmodern choreographer passed away at age 80. The outpouring of love on social media was abundant. Here are some of our favorite Trisha Brown tweets.
Mana Contemporary, a New Jersey-based arts center, posted this gif of Brown's Watermotor (1978).
“Dancing on the edge is the only place to be." — You will be deeply missed, Trisha Brown.
Trisha Brown, "Watermotor," 1978. pic.twitter.com/mrsWm214Lo
— MANA CONTEMPORARY (@ManaContemp) March 20, 2017
Acclaimed photographer Lois Greenfield captured some of the most beloved images of Brown in the 1970s.
Brown was a member of the ground-breaking dance collective Judson Dance Theater in the 1960s.
Dance Magazine editor at large Wendy Perron danced in Brown's company. Check out her farewell to Trisha Brown.
Singer-songwriter Solange Knowles paid tribute with this gif of In Plain Sight.