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ON VIEW FROM MAY 11 - MAY 21, 2022

Julia de Burgos Performance and Arts Center

1680 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10029

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Between Horn and Wing is a multimedia collection of Miguel Anaya’s daily artistic practice while nursing a series of potentially career-ending dance related injuries. With the intention of re-connecting to the spiritual self, Anaya’s work investigates the theme of duality. Central to this theme are the various binaries that tend to inhabit Anaya’s own life. Examples within this collection include: light versus dark, masculine versus feminine, English versus Spanish and indigenous aesthetics juxtaposed with familiar Judeo-Christian idols. This collection seeks to invite the viewer on his journey towards self-realization in the hopes that it will inspire them to start their spiritual paths themselves. 


Miguel Anaya

Hailing from the borderlands of Brownsville, Texas, Miguel Anaya is a dancer and multi-disciplinary artist based in New York City. As a dancer, Anaya has worked with the likes of Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company, White Oak Dance Project, Liz Gerring Dance Co., Stefanie Batten Bland, White Wave Dance Company, Sean Curran Dance and Dancers, Nick Cave, Francesca Harper, Erica Beckman, and Punchdrunk’s New York City version of Sleep No More. In 2007, Anaya was Assistant Choreographer to Bill.T. Jones on the Tony Award winning Spring Awakening. In 2003, he began his photographic career at The Point Community Center in conjunction with the International Center of Photography (ICP), was awarded the Jocelyn Benzakin Fellowship in 2005 and The Howard Chapnick Award in 2007 for co-founding the NYC BRIDGE PROJECT and mentoring young photographers from Harlem and the Bronx. An alumnus of the Eddie Adams Workshop in 2010, Anaya’s own artistic works have been featured in the New York Times, ICP’s museum, Little Cinema/the Alienist, Arte Vivo Art Studio in his home city, Beyond Arts Gallery’s 2017 Harlington Art Night, Christie’s Auction House in 2018.


Contact Stephen Calenzani, Vice President for Development  at 212.233.8955 ext. 124 or, and learn how your support can make the difference for Latinx LGBTQ+ artists.


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New York, New York 10005

T. (212) 233-8955 Ext. 118



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