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  • ... Italian, Vietnamese, Turkish, Russian, Jewish, Aboriginal, African, Serbian, Indian, Australian, Egyptian and Lebanese. The...
  • William Kentridge -
    ... and North America. Today, as the most widely recognized South African artist in the world, Kentridge's distinctive fusion of film,... worldwide cultural boycott of South Africa during the late apartheid period, the artist's penchant for working in several...
  • William Kentridge -
    ... von der Geschichte seines Landes und der Konfrontation mit der Apartheid, deutlich werden zu lassen. Nach den Stationen Palais des...
  • William Kentridge -
    ... desperate city. I have never tried to make illustrations of apartheid, but my drawings and films have certainly been enriched and...
  • Heliotrope -
    ... born author. His works often featured the extreme north African sun as a symbol for the futility of any attempt to interpret...
  • ...Event: XXIV Bienal de Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo (South African representative)Institution: São Paulo BiennialComment:
  • ... character Soho Eckstein, a broad-shouldered, white South African industrialist whose self-assured place in the world has been... oppressor and the oppressed in reference to South Africa's apartheid era, which lasted from 1948 to 1994. Kentridge has said of...
  • ... that gripped South Africa in the immediate post-apartheid period, during which the Truth and Reconciliation Commission...
  • ... (1996). She took up a doctoral research post with Aavaa, the African and Asian Visual Artists Archive co-directed by David A....
  • ...South African draughtsman, film maker and sculptor William Kentridge studied at the Johannesburg Art Foundation and the Ecole Jacques Lecoq in...