Written by Artemide De Blanc
Photos by Luca De Nardo
A seductive dance that became an anthropological phenomenon, an international appeal. The Moulin Rouge became famous because Offenbach’s can-can was danced here. Inequivocally erotic.
Hence, the myth of the dancers, the passage of artists like Edith Piaf, the gigantic orchestra of nearly seventy elements, a permanent musical director, the Paris of artists and bohemians that became a cult. And culture.
Here Louise Weber, the Goulue, made people dream. She carried the body far beyond the material, eternalized it in myth. A myth that we pay homage to as devotees of beauty, our metaverse. For it takes us beyond the reality we touch.
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