Kentridge print show in Williamstown

William Kentridge works in the tradition of socially and politically engaged artists such as William Hogarth, Francisco Goya, Honore Daumier, and Kathe Kollwitz . He’s interested in the human condition, specifically the history of apartheid in South Africa, where he grew up, and the ways in which our personal and collective histories are intertwined. The … read more… “Kentridge print show in Williamstown”

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Kentridge-fest at the University of Brighton

“William Kentridge: Fragile Identities,” University of Brighton, Brighton, England. Through Dec. 31. University of Brighton presents William Kentridge’s new work on paper, installations and films, as well as The Soho Eckstein Series, the animated films for which he is best known. In The Guardian, Adrian Searle reports. “Kentridge is best known for his charcoal animations, … read more… “Kentridge-fest at the University of Brighton”

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