The 'Unseen Beauty' by Dina Johnsen takes viewers behind the scenes of the National Theatre in Belgrade, which was founded in 1868, and is one of the oldest stages in Serbia.
Ballet is a beautiful art form that many people admire; ballerinas spend countless years perfecting their craft, in order to be able to enter prestigious dance companies. Although their careers are short, they are fulfilling and rewarding.
Johnsen wanted to give viewers an inside look at what goes on during preparation, and to create a memoir for the dancers to keep for years to come. The Unseen Beauty was made especially for the National Theatre in Belgrade with only 2,000 copies available. These exclusive shots would be of huge interest to those who admire the art form; photos can only be purchased by contacting the photographer directly.
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