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The “Gabriela Tudor” Foundation presents tomorrow, starting 7.30pm, at Bucharest’s National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC), the premiere of the brand-new production “AVAILABLE”, a project initiated by Cosmin Manolescu and produced in collaboration with Amsterdam-based Italian choreographer Gabriella Maiorino and the Korean choreographer HeJin Jang, living in New York.

“AVAILABLE” explores dialogue and professional and artistic exchanges through a contemporary dance show. Three choreographers, three cities and three distinct cultural contexts (Bucharest, Amsterdam, New York) come together in a performance which addresses the concept of co-authorship.

“AVAILABLE” will also be presented on November 18 at Cluj-Napoca’s “Fabrica de Pensule”, within the Temps d’Images Festival organized by the “Colectiv A” Association. The project is also to be presented at the Artez University in Arhem, The Netherlands, between December 1 and 2, 2011.

“AVAILABLE” was produced with the financial support of the Natural Cultural Fund Administration, the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Bucharest, New York Live Arts’ Suitcase Fund and the Trust for Mutual Understanding, in partnership with the National Museum of Contemporary Art (Bucharest), Dancemakers (Amsterdam), Danslab (The Hague) and the Bucharest National Dance Centre.

The public’s access is free.

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