Ballet dancer Marjorie Goodson can nail a split, hold an arabesque on the tip of her pointe shoes, and practically kick her heels to her head while leaping into the air. But there’s one thing that sets her apart from a majority of the dancers you see onstage (and on Instagram): She’s 54 years old.
MG by Marjorie Goodson connects physicality, art and empowerment with provocative, revealing photography by Andreea Radutoiu
MG is a stunning collection of images showcasing ballet and jazz veteran Marjorie Goodson set against landmarks throughout Los Angeles. The photographs, by Andreea Radutoiu, reveal Goodson, 54, as a sensual, fit woman who uses her body to create visual and physical art.
Beverly Hills resident Marjorie Goodson recently celebrated the launch of her book “MG,” a collection of 153 artistic images of Goodson, a veteran ballet and jazz dancer, by noted art and fashion photographer Andreea Raditoiu.
Ballet and jazz dance veteran Marjorie Goodson is partnering with the Wallis Annenberg Center for Performing Arts on “Running Through The Wallis,” a free photography exhibit on display
Marjorie Goodson says it’s okay to get older. And she’s proving it in a big way. Her 54-year-old dancer’s body is now the subject of a new coffee table book MG featuring 153 gallery-quality photos by acclaimed photographer Andreea Radutoiu.
It was a splendid evening in a magnificent setting to launch a spectacular book. The lobby of the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts was illuminated in red as Marjorie Goodson took center stage
Provocative. Sensual. Glamorous. Edgy. Unique. Three years in the making. And now, “MG,” (RosettaBooks; 2017) the photographic essays of veteran ballet and jazz dancer Marjorie Goodson in her undisputable prime, is ready for its close-up.