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The South African artist William Kentridge has achieved a worldwide reputation with his large, poetic and incisive installations. Over the last decades the artist has developed a multidisciplinary way of working that combines film, animation, drawing, music and theatre. Typical of his work are the powerful charcoal drawings that he turns into moving images. Kentridge’s work explores the historically charged past of his native country. The artist is producing a large-scale installation for EYE Filmmuseum in Amsterdam. It is shown on eight large screens and accompanied by a soundtrack of an African brass band. A number of other related works will also be on show.
112 p, ills colour & bw, 24 x 17 cm, pb, English
J. Guldemond, M. Bloemheuvel
Publisher Nai010 Publishers