Mar 10, 2010
William Kentridge: Five Themes
The William Kentridge show at the Moma doesn't have much to do with what we watched in class last week, but it was so great, I just have to mention it. I think most of us are familiar with his narrative charcoal animations, but the show at the MOMA brings together something like 7 huge rooms filled not only with his films, but also the giant drawings they were made from, and countless other pieces. The scope of his work is breathtaking, and his ability to glide from one medium to another without altering the authenticity of his vision is truly remarkable.
Posted by smfa.animation at 3/10/2010