FrontCover; Title; Contents; In Conversation; Editor's Note; In Conversation; An Introduction to Raimund Hoghe by Mary Kate Connolly; Lettere Amorose: Lois Keidan; Raimund Hoghe's Emblems of Absence by Gerald Siegmund; In Conversation; Lettere Amorose: Finola Cronin; Luca Giacomo Schulte; Rosa Frank; In Conversation; Undone by Martin Hargreaves; Lettere Amorose: Philipp Gehmacher; In Conversation; Guerre et Paix by Laurent Goumarre; Young People, Old Voices; In Conversation; Lorenzo De Brabandere; Emmanuel Eggermont; Ornella Balestra; Lettere Amorose: Boris Charmatz; In Conversation.
Stay a While: Raimund Hoghe's Histories by Dominic JohnsonLettere Amorose: Meryl Tankard; In Conversation; Lettere Amorose: Franko B; In Conversation; Photo Archive; Contributor Biographies; Credits; BackCover.
Throwing the Body into the Fight is the first English-language publication dedicated to the German choreographer Raimund Hoghe. Edited by Mary Kate Connolly, the book operates as a collage, drawing together a variety of international voices to create a fragmented portrait of the artist. Lavishly illustrated with photographs by Rosa Frank, who has collaborated closely with Hoghe for two decades, this book will be welcomed by all who admire a man described by the New York Times - in its review of Hoghe's 2012 Pas de Deux - as "a lover of romance and beautiful things.". (source: Nielsen Book Data)