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This is the calling: The Comeback of Dancer Josué Ullate – Shots by Joan Crisol

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male cover

What a way to start this 2020, we’re returning to our routine daily lives. This is the calling: The Comeback of Dancer Josué Ullate – Shots by Joan Crisol.

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

So let’s begin with this art class by photographer Joan Crisol. Madrid-based photographer is a huge collaborator with us and a very good friend.

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

It does not seem to have limits. He knows well what it is to overcome himself. Recognized with the Positano prize for the best revelation dancer, Josué Ullate spends hours and hours rehearsing at the Theaters del Canal. At 24, he is emerging as a great figure.

We’re gonna phrase some good highlights from an article of elperiodico.com where he has a big spot in the Spanish media press.

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

“I have never expected anything that happened to me. The Positano came in a hurry. I couldn’t believe they had thought of me. ” He has also been a finalist for Max as best male dance performer. “Another immense joy.”

Josué

This time he took some beautiful shots with dancer Josué Ullate after ending 2019. This is an exclusive and the first launch of the pictures.

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

The Comeback of Josué Ullate to our webzine

We met in 2016 thanks to Joan Crisol, and we never forget him. In that period of time, Josué looks so slim, beautiful toned body, and very sophisticated appearance.

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

Now, he looks more handsome, he looks masculine, with that hairy chest and beard. He looks so damn good. He even left his hair long.

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

When he was a child, he was very good at playing football. “I loved it. The truth is that ballet didn’t appeal to me,” he recalls. One day his father, Víctor Ullate, told him to try a class. “At first I felt weird with the tights, but I got hooked. I was not bad and had good physical condition.” He faced prejudices, and judging by others. “I was wearing ballet clothes in my backpack and I was very careful not to see the shoes or anything. In school I was afraid to say that I danced,” he recalls.

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

The shooting happened in the last month of 2019, at Joan’s studio in Madrid Spain. Josué and Joan they are so good friends, they always keep in touch and Josué give a call to Joan to make this shot happened.

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Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

Art Class with a hot ballet dancer

We know because we have published so many stories from Joan and he has working with international ballet dancers from all over the world.

Formed entirely in his father’s school in Madrid, he is currently a soloist with the company Víctor Ullate Ballet-Comunidad de Madrid. “For me, he has been the best.” It is his great reference. “I carry his last name with great pride. At first it weighed more, I guess I have been maturing. ” Of his companions, he especially admires Joaquín de Luz and Roberto Bolle. He is considering leaving Spain. “I think it is necessary for a dancer to know new environments and new companies to continue growing.”

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

But he has this other side to explore being a male muse. Josué and Joan teaches one good lesson, friendship matters and ballet dancers are the best male models on earth.

Because you know they have this aesthetic looks, they have a beautiful male body, a beautiful face, and good skin. Yeah we have to admit that they are ballet dancers, and this practice gives you a notoriety when you’re in front of the camera.

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male
Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male
Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

“When I dance I usually forget everything. I think more about making sense of the choreography than in the choreography itself ”

Josué Ullate
Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

I want you to take some time to appreciate this beautiful work, this work can motivate, can inspire you, can even lift you up.

Recently, he danced before the Guernica of Picasso in Reina Sofía. It was the first time in history that a dancer did this. “It was a pass. A huge intense mix of sensations.” Quiebro, a choreography in tribute to Enrique Morente, with his music, was a single of marked Spanish dye that was born as a lament, like a torn scream.

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Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

Examine the body moves of Josué, appreciate the angles from Joan’s camera lens. The set lighting is exceptional. Beautiful work.

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

That’s why Joan was turned viral by many of you because you really love his work! All the best compliment for this young man and Joan Crisol mentioned that he was very happy work again with Josué.

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

His is geometric splendor and unlimited talent. With 24 years, the dancer, son of Víctor Ullate, is postulated as one of the great future bets of Spanish dance.

Josué Ullate by Joan Crisol for Fashionably Male

Talent Josué Ullate @josueullate
Photographer Joan Crisol @joan_crisol

2 comments on “This is the calling: The Comeback of Dancer Josué Ullate – Shots by Joan Crisol

  1. Great dancer

  2. fashionablymale

    Actually he is. With a huge dancing background family.

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