Check out our photos of contemporary performance Exodus at Alvin Ailey

Hip-hop choreographer Rennie Harris premieres his new work at Alvin Ailey Dance Company
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By Helen Shaw |
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Alongside its season of past favorites, Alvin Ailey expands its repertoire with several new pieces, including Rennie Harris's Exodus, a piece that considers an escape from conformity in quest for a new, more immediate spirituality. Harris, who has been called the "Basquiat of the U.S. contemporary dance scene," is the superstar who co-created two other Ailey company works, Love Stories and Home, which also appear in this Ailey season.

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