Art gallery: William Kentridge's biggest show explores Africa's history from apartheid to the World War

author_img Published :  25th August 2019 05:20 PM   |   Published :   |  25th August 2019 05:20 PM
South African artist William Kentridge attends the opening of his exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa. (AP Photo/Trevor Samson)
South African artist William Kentridge attends the opening of his exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa. (AP Photo/Trevor Samson)
South African artist William Kentridge attends the opening of his exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa. (AP Photo/Trevor Samson)
South African artist William Kentridge attends the opening of his exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa. (AP Photo/Trevor Samson)
South African artist William Kentridge at the opening of his exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa. (AP Photo/Trevor Samson)
South African artist William Kentridge at the opening of his exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa. (AP Photo/Trevor Samson)
Kentridge's evocative videos, graphic tapestries, charcoal drawings, woodcut prints, sculptures and immersive sound installations combine in his single largest show to date. (AP Photo/Trevor Samson)
Kentridge's evocative videos, graphic tapestries, charcoal drawings, woodcut prints, sculptures and immersive sound installations combine in his single largest show to date. (AP Photo/Trevor Samson)
In his single largest show, he explores compelling themes including the country's apartheid history and the participation of Africans in World War. (AP Photo/Trevor Samson)
In his single largest show, he explores compelling themes including the country's apartheid history and the participation of Africans in World War. (AP Photo/Trevor Samson)
Works by William Kentridge go on show in Cape Town, South Africa. In the show, Kentridge explores compelling themes like apartheid history and Africans in the World War. (AP Photo/Trevor Samson)
Works by William Kentridge go on show in Cape Town, South Africa. In the show, Kentridge explores compelling themes like apartheid history and Africans in the World War. (AP Photo/Trevor Samson)

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