Ray Batchelor writes (15 01 2020): I urge you to enlarge this high quality image and look at it very carefully. It is a detail taken from this larger photograph, “El baile de clausura” which appeared in the popular Buenos Aires magazine Caras y Caretas (“Faces & Masks) in 1909.
First World War German Propaganda Postcard showing Victorious Soldiers Dancing Tango with Each Other in defeated London
Ray Batchelor writes: “This image was downloaded from the timeline of the Instituto Argentino del Tango Facebook page. I find this image interesting because, not only does it seem in comic form to prefigure the activities of Queer Tango London with the “Londoner Tango Club” having [albeit, uniformed soldiers, all
Ray Batchelor writes: The title I have given this image is taken from the “Tangology” website: http://www.tangology101.com/main.cfm/title/Tango-History-in-Pictures/id/1165 I find this image interesting because it shows women same sex couples in public. I expect the identification of the location according to Tangology is accurate, although I have seen the same
Ray Batchelor writes: Fangio had a tango composed in his honour: UN TANGO PARA FANGIO – Letra: Delfino Martinez / Musica: Nino Valinotti https://youtu.be/nduqMJX2NI8 For information (in Italian) about him: http://www.f1revolution.com/foro/index.php?topic=698.0 In Spanish: https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juan_Manuel_Fangio This image is a screenshot made by me on 14th February 2016 from:
Stefania Sandrelli and Dominique Sanda dance a tango in Fascist Italy in the 1970 Bertolucci film “Il Conformista”
Ray Batchelor writes: A YouTube clip showing that it IS Tango: https://youtu.be/AzHyXhTlT90 A summary of the film here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Conformist_%28film%29 This is a much-reproduced still taken form the film. This image is black and white while the film itself is in colour I find this image interesting because it has so