Photogravure, sugarlift, and drypoint
Edition of 70
16 x 23 inches
is on back order
This work is final sale and not eligible for return.
b. 1955, Johannesburg, South Africa
The work of South African artist William Kentridge tracks a personal route across the fraught legacy of apartheid and colonialism through the innovative use of charcoal drawing, prints, collages, stop-animation, film, and theater. Kentridge sees his work as rooted in Johannesburg - the city in which he was born and continues to work today. In 2010, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, organized a large-scale exhibition featuring nearly three decades of the artist’s work. In addition, Kentridge recently organized a staging of DmitriShostakovich’s The Nose at the Metropolitan Opera.
SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONSArt Institute of Chicago, ILFondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, Paris, FranceMuseu d´Art Contemporani de Barcelona - MACBA, Barcelona, SpainMuseum of Modern Art, New York, NYMuseum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CASolomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY
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