William Kentridge: Thinking Aloud, Limited Edition (with 3 Prints) , William KENTRIDGE, BREIDBACH, Angela - Rare & Contemporary Photography ...

William Kentridge: Thinking Aloud, Limited Edition (with 3 Prints) -- HAPPY BIRTHDAY William Kentridge (born 28 April is a South African artist best known for his prints, drawings, and animated films.

William Kentridge, Broken Sculptures and 3 Distractions (2013), via Artsy.net

From Goodman Gallery, William Kentridge, Broken Sculptures and 3 Distractions Ink, watercolour, coloured pencil and charcoal on book pages with tex…

William Kentridge, drawing from 'Felix in Exile', 1994, charcoal, pastel, gouache on paper

William Kentridge, Screenshot of "In Exile," 1994 DVD projection with sound! Duration 8 min, 43 sec.

William Kentridge, drawing from 'Felix in Exile', 1994, charcoal, pastel, gouache on paper

William Kentridge, Screenshot of "In Exile," 1994 DVD projection with sound! Duration 8 min, 43 sec.

William Kentridge, 11DrawingfromStereoscope... part of a video

Stone-Age Animation in a Digital World: William Kentridge at MoMA

William Kentridge

'William Kentridge: Five Themes. A Must See Exhibit. Amid all of the exciting animation art exhibits now showing or about to premiere, Karl Cohen is most amazed by the Five Themes associated with William Kentridge. By Karl Cohen

Artist William Kentridge talks about his process of repeatedly erasing and reworking charcoal drawings to create his well-known stop-motion animated films.

Artist William Kentridge talks about his process of repeatedly erasing and reworking charcoal drawings to create his well-known stop-motion animated films.

William Kentridge (South African, b. 1955), Project Drawing: Man in Sandals, 1998. Watercolour, pastel, ink and charcoal on paper, 234.9 x 107.1 cm.

William Kentridge (South African, b. 1955), Project Drawing: Man in Sandals, 1998. Watercolour, pastel, ink and charcoal on paper, 234.9 x 107.1 cm.

William Kentridge's new opera "Lulu"debuts at the Dutch National Opera

The South African artist brings a foreboding theatrical vision to Alan Berg’s famous liberetto piece.

William Kentridge, The Ten Doctors From 'The History of the Main Complaint' 1996

The Ten Doctors From 'The History of the Main Complaint' 1996 Charcoal on paper - William Kentridge

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