Anonymous, But Distinctive

4 Dec

The December 7 issue of The New Yorker arrived recently. Aside from the significance of the date for anyone born in the late Twenties or Early Thirties, Rolex carried an ad which made me look twice at the two men pictured discussing something physical and quite visual. Demonstrating, the older man’s uses his hand with fingers spread, but no identification is supplied. Dance lovers can identify Alexei Ratmansky, choreographer in residence for American Ballet Theatre. and Myles Thatcher, budding choreographer and a San Francisco Ballet corps de ballet member, listening attentively. Framed in an elegant series of arches, it is a handsome image.


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