Dance Ink was originally published from 1989-1996 and developed a cult following among dancers, photographers, and designers. Originally produced as a quarterly, Dance Ink won numerous awards for writing, photography, and design. Dance Ink gained recognition for its coverage of dance and its close connection to dance and performance in New York City.
Our relaunch of Dance Ink picks up where we left off in 1996, with the publication of Volume 8, Number 1. The issue returns to our original premise of creating a unique and enduring stage for performance, using great photography, powerful design, and the beauty of high-quality printing.
- Silas Riener
- Amar Ramasar
- Adrian Danchig-Waring
- Christian Witkin