Siguiendo las exposiciones de gran éxito de Lagrasse, Francia y Covent Garden, Londres, Richard Farley trae su exposición “A life in Dance” a Barcelona. Esta exposición de fotografías refleja los aspectos de su vida en la danza tanto como bailarín y como fotógrafo.
Richard Farley, ex bailarín principal del Royal Ballet se convirtió en un fotógrafo después de su carrera como bailarín.
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Bio

En 1949 Richard Farley se entrenó en la Royal Ballet School. En el año 1954 entró al Ejército para realizar el Servicio Militar y en 1956 se unió a la Royal Ballet Company de la Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Fue ascendido a Bailarín Principal bailando a los grandes clásicos. Después de haber realizado un largo periodo de demandas físicas de la danza y las limitaciones que supone, en el año 1968 decidió dejar el ballet para convertirse en fotógrafo profesional. Uno de sus primeros trabajos fue para la revista Sunday Times Colour, fotografiando tras el escenario The Royal Ballet Company el tema titulado “Ha sido un duro día de la danza”. Ha viajado por todo el mundo como fotógrafo trabajando para las más importantes revistas internacionales.

Following highly successful exhibitions in Lagrasse, France and Covent Garden, London, Richard Farley brings his exhibition, A Life in Dance, to Barcelona. This exhibition of photographs reflects aspects of his life in dance both as a dancer and as a photographer.
Richard Farley, a former Principal Dancer with The Royal Ballet , became a photographer following his career as a dancer.
Signed limited editions of these digital prints will be available for purchase

Bio

Richard Farley was trained at the Royal Ballet School where he started in 1949. Following his training he went into the Army in 1954 to undertake his National Service and on completion in 1956 he joined The Royal Ballet Company at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. He was promoted to Principal Dancer dancing many of the great classical roles. Having realised the long term physical demands of dance and the limitations involved, in 1968 he decided to leave the ballet to become a professional photographer. One of his first assignments was for the Sunday Times Colour Magazine photographing backstage with The Royal Ballet Company entitled “It’s been a hard days dance.” He has subsequently travelled all over the world as a photographer working for the top international magazines.