Image by Nina Sologubenko, courtesy of Yinka Esi Graves
Written by the Flamenco dancer Yinka Esi Graves, this wonderful blog documents her experiences and inspirations as she studies and performs Flamenco at a professional level. With everything from insights into how Flamenco works; videos and images of her performances; to inspirations from all over the world ‑ this is a very personal insight into getting lost in Flamenco
Image by Alonso Espartero
The Sevillian Flamenco photographer Alonso Espartero has for many years wanted to create a photographic project inspired by the growing relationship between the US and Spain ‑ a bond born of the common passion for Flamenco. His blog showcases his previous work as well as his journey in preparing this new project, for which he will be interviewing Flamenco artists and filming photographic reports of artists who live and work in the US at the beginning of 2016. He believes we are living an important moment in the globalization of Flamenco and this project is an important step in expanding the influence of this powerful artform worldwide.
Image courtesy of Lori Kullberg
The chronicle of budding Flamenco dancer Lori Kullberg from Louisville, Kentucky. After 3 years of study Lori decided to share her trials, dreams and inspirations with the Flamenco community, and any Flamenco student will be able to identify with her journey. An interesting look into the universal nature of the study of Flamenco
Photo of Grafitti by Uri Martinez (Uriginal)
FlamencoArtworks is designed like a colourful exhibition with works of art, photographs, vintage film footage and fun facts about flamenco, art and its history.