The Tattoos Of Sergei Polunin “A Body Of Art” His tattoos and the reasons behind them. iMovie made. Interview, still pic, and video footage about Ukrainian ballet dancer Sergei Polunin and his tattoos. Documentary style video of the young phenom who went from a young boy in the Ukraine to a principal dancer at the Royal Ballet in London in record breaking time.
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Sergei Polunin, the “bad boy” of dance looks like an angel, yet inside demons rage. What results onstage is pure adrenaline pumping emotion. This video depicts the ever warring factions that vie for his soul.
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This video is about A Day In The Life of Sergei Polunin. Said to be the next Baryshnikov or Nureyev, or maybe even surpass them, the young Ukrainian ballet dancer has taken the world by storm. A whirlwind, exotic lifestyle you might think? Well, no matter how famous, the life of a ballet dancer is hard work, commitment, and repetition, repetition, repetition… every day. This is probably more like a day in Sergei Polunin’s life than some fans might imagine…
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This is a film by David LaChapelle. It was created for Diesel’s latest advertising campaign. It features the phenomenal Ukrainian ballet star, Sergei Polunin. He reached internet superstar status previously when his performance in Hozier’s “Take Me To Church” video went viral with over 18 million hits.
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While visually stunning, it is the beautiful message imparted by this video that needs to reach as many people across the globe as possible. The world NEEDS this RIGHT NOW.
My current minor obsession is a gorgeous, heavily tattooed, incredibly talented Ukrainian ballet dancer, Sergei Polunin. You may know him from the Hozier video, “Take Me To Church.” For fun I meddle about on the computer and lately I’ve created a few videos starring my “Sergei.” One of them has over 55,000 hits. I am not alone in my obsession…
Here is my latest endeavor.
This video is about ballet dancer Sergei Polunin, and the Exquisite Torture he embraces and endures. In no other art form is the artist so much the medium in which he works as in dance. A dancer so divine no longer belongs to himself but to the art. He is a prisoner of and to the art form which he himself helped create. In this prison, the dancer languishes, yet revels. It can not be denied or forsaken. So, gloriously the dancer throws himself into the Exquisite Torture.
Sergei Polunin (born 20 November 1989) is a Ukrainian ballet dancer who was formerly a principal dancer with the British Royal Ballet and is currently a principal dancer with Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre and the Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theatre. He skyrocketed to fame with his performance in Hozier’s “Take Me To Church” video. Deemed the “bad boy of ballet,” he left the British Royal Ballet when he renounced his art and vowed never to dance again. However, unable to stay away, he, to the delight of the dance world, returned. Polunin is a rare talent, comparable to Baryshnikov and Nureyev. In a striking symbolic gesture, the portrait he holds at the end of this video is that of Rudolf Nureyev. He recently broke the hearts of women and girls everywhere by becoming a real life couple with his often onstage partner, ballerina Natalia Osipova.
My 4 year old niece Penelope Jane vows one day to marry Sergei Polunin, the “man who dances in the church.” Until then, she’s happy just to dance like he does and watch the “Ponoonin” video every day. Every. Single. Day.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last year, you’ve seen the incredible, gorgeous, heavily tattooed ballet dancer, Sergei Polunin, perform in a church-like, barn-like setting to “Take Me To Church” by Hozier. Well, the proclaimed “bad boy of ballet” is her “Ponoonin.”
So, here I present to you, an original Penelope Jane performance, inspired by Sergei Polunin.