William Kentridge

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Artists William Kentridge discusses his career and the exhibition “Five Themes,” on view at the Museum of Modern Art, a survey of nearly 30 years of his work, which combines the political and the poetic. The exhibition also includes works related to the artist’s staging and design of Dmitri Shostakovich’s "The Nose," which premiered at New York’s Metropolitan Opera March 5th.


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Comments [3]

Alex from NYC

TB from nyc: Seek to broaden your understanding of art much? How's the cartoon business these days?

Feb. 02 2012 09:53 AM

Thank you so much for doing this piece on Mr. Kentridge. Such an amazing artist!

Mar. 09 2010 12:57 PM
tb from nyc

The politics and social significance of Mr Kentridge's artwork is interesting. But what about the vague, highly mediocre draftsmanship? Does he ever hope to improve the dicipline and strength of his drawing, or is it too late in his career for that?

Mar. 09 2010 12:50 PM

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