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William Kentridge

That Which Is Not Drawn


William Kentridge, Streets of the City, 2009

Convinced that the ethical duty of every artist is to question the pillars of the dogma with the tools of uncertainty, ambiguity, and contradiction, William Kentridge (South Africa, 1955) has built a varied creative discourse that has turned him into a reference of world contemporary art. Privileged witness of the radical changes his country has lived between the collective guilt of the apartheid and the scars that still mark the present, Kentridge is an artist deeply rooted in his territory. However, his work doesn’t manage to transcend the localized origin of his discourse in a universal message on the dissection of power and the unbeatable strength of the survivors and the humiliated... 

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