A Profile and Interview by TimeOut NY's Gia Kourlas:
When did you start dancing and why?
I started at the age on ten, and it was because my mother took classes with an Israeli folk-dance troupe and didn't have anywhere to put me.
The New York Times' Alastair Macaulay digs into the history of performances of Merce Cunningham's "Rainforest" dance, one of which was choreographed by Daniel Madoff:
"'Rainforest', a dance made by Merce Cunningham in 1968, has decor like no other theater piece: helium-filled silver pillows by Andy Warhol that he called 'Silver Clouds'"
A memorial for the legendary choreographer, whose most loyal students included Daniel Madoff:
Kazuko Hirabayashi, a Japanese-born modern-dance choreographer who was even more widely known as an exceptional teacher and mentor to many leading dancers, died on March 25th at her home in Harrison, NY. She was 82."
Slate's Jordan G. Teicher's profile of photographer Lois Greenfield and her dance subjects, one of whom is Sophie Kuller:
Lois Greenfield—like her subjects—is at the top of her field. Throughout the course of her career, she’s photographed the greatest dancers in the world, and her photos of them are among the best around.