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  • Borderroad -
    ... Here approximately 20 kilometres of border separate the African continent from the EU. The aluminium tableau 'Borderroad' was...
  • ... as well as performers, dancers and people linked to African-American rituals showing a relationship between art,...
  • ... the mind and creative process of William Kentridge, the South African artist whose acclaimed work has made him one of the most...
  • ...A comic and visually dazzling performance by renowned South African artist William Kentridge, in "I Am Not Me, the Horse is Not Mine," the...
  • ... films of charcoal drawings, the internationally renowned South African artist also works in etching, collage, sculpture, and the... contemporary art scene. Dealing with subjects as sobering as apartheid and colonialism, Kentridge often imbues his art with dreamy,...
  • ... collection, “What Will Come” (2006), a major film by the South African artist William Kentridge. One of the most innovative aspects of...
  • DesConcerto -
    ... streets. It starts with a public concert of Philip Glass, an African musician in the old square of the World Trade Center, followed...
  • ... confronted on the same screen. The first shows the bodies of African dancers in exultant movements, gradually moving into a trance....
  • ... Italian, Vietnamese, Turkish, Russian, Jewish, Aboriginal, African, Serbian, Indian, Australian, Egyptian and Lebanese. The...