William Kentridge: That which we do not remember
Jul 6 - Sep 8Free
Described as one of the most powerful voices in art today, William Kentridge emerged as an artist during the apartheid regime in South Africa.
That which we do not remember, an exhibition curated by the artist himself, traces the arc of Kentridge’s thirty-year career and draws connections between the myriad aspects of his work including drawing, collage, stop-motion animation, performance, theatre, tapestry and sculpture.
The exhibition is accompanied by the publication William Kentridge: that which we do not remember, which includes a conversation between the artist and Cape Town writer and playwright Jane Taylor.
Naomi Milgrom AO of the Naomi Milgrom Foundation, principal exhibition patron and lender.
William Kentridge, South Africa, born 1955, The Hope in the Charcoal Cloud, 2014, Johannesburg, charcoal, coloured pencil, Indian ink, digital print, and watercolour on pages of Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, 160.0 x 120.0 cm; Collection of Naomi Milgrom AO, © William Kentridge, photo: Christian Capurro.