Talk:Dance in art

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What are the criteria for putting a picture on this page? Why two works by the same artist for instance? The page contains serveral works of art that are not about dancing. Like the "Frightened Harlequin", "Death of Adonis", "Orpheus" and "The Sleep of Sorrow and the Dream". None of these pictures are themselves categorised in any 'dance' category. I think this page should be vastly improved or deleted entirely Judithcomm.

You are not sensitive enough to understand Yair-haklai (talk) 18:19, 22 January 2013 (UTC)
This is not about me, but about the content of the page. So please explain your choices Judithcomm.
I am the curator of this gallery, all the photos in this page are in search for human movement in a certain esthetic and artistic and timeless level and approach, that had inspired dancers for centuries and can inspire dancers, In search for sources of classical ballet and modern dance in relations to plastic arts and the theater with consideration to the copyrights rules in wikipedia, the order of the photos is how I feel as a photographer that is right for my eyes, If you want to change something you need to convince me before you do so, you can not omit content or change the order of photos just because you have decided to do so, you can add missing categories but in my opinion you need to be more careful and sensitive and slower in this work. Yair-haklai (talk) 05:18, 24 January 2013 (UTC)