Corps Swans

The VSCO is commissioning Daniel to make a short film on 16mm!

  •   $100
    | 11"x14"
      Edition of 100
  •   $275
    | 11"x14" (Framed)
      Edition of 100
  •   $250
    | 16"x20"
      Edition of 50
  •   $450
    | 16"x20" (Framed)
      Edition of 50
  •   $500
    | 20"x24"
      Edition of 25
  •   $800
    | 20"x24" (Framed)
      Edition of 25

The prints you receive are archival, chromogenic prints on a semi-matte paper with a longevity of 100+ years under normal light conditions.

The quoted dimensions refer to the paper size, and not the size of image contained within the paper. Each image is printed with a minimum 1/4" border to allow for framing, and ships with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.

Daniel Neuhaus
Corps Swans, 2014
from the series Ballet

Over the course of 4 years, Toronto-based photographer Daniel Neuhaus gained rare access to The National Ballet of Canada’s dancers as they rehearsed backstage. The resulting photographs are an intimate, and unique window into the company; the images are raw, up close and unpolished. Daniel’s ability to develop a relationship of mutual trust around a traditionally very guarded industry, allow these photographs to have a sincere informality that we don’t often see in official ballet portraits.

In his photograph “Corps Swan”, Daniel tied the camera to his body and shot from the ceiling – a shoot that took weeks of negotiating, and that never would have happened with someone the company didn’t know. He was surprised at how different the performance looked from above, it was very chaotic and unbalanced – as the performance is designed to always look absolutely perfect from the audience’s perspective. 

These photographs are available in the indicated sizes, and are available to purchase FRAMED.

Simply select the size you want (to your right) and check out as you normally would.

The work will arrive directly to your door, and will arrive in a solid white wood archival frame with no mat as pictured here. 
We recommend a white frame with no mat for this work, however, we are also able to accomodate a white mat and a black or beech frame - just send an email to with your preference or any questions you may have.

Read more about this work on our blog.


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