William Kentridge is an exhibition catalogue focusing on the acclaimed films, drawings, and theatrical productions of this important contemporary South African artist. Kentridge's work explores the complex and often violent history of his native South Africa, and considers the effects its past will have on its future. The exhibition will present eleven of Kentridge's powerful and intensely complex animated films. Approximately forty large-scale charcoal drawings, many used in the making of the films, will be shown alongside the film projections.Über den Autor:
Neal Benezra is Deputy Director and a Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Art Institute of Chicago. William Kentridge is a South African artist whose work has involved animated use of animation in drawings, film, and theatre. He has won numerous European awards for his work, and an exhibition of his films and drawings was organised by the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, in 1998, and toured several venues in Europe.
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