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William Kentridge 1955 –

'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.

Blog - Some of the most beautiful Zentangel I've seen - painting, tips, techniques, fantastic site by Jill Ehlert: http://stoneyground.typepad.com/stoneyground_studio

William Kentridge revela o processo atrás do trabalho de video "Breathe",um…

William Kentridge - Lekkerbreek - 2013 - Linocut

From David Krut Projects, William Kentridge, Universal Archive (Lekkerbreek) Linocut printed on 30 sheets of non-archival pages from Britannica Wor…

William Kentridge uses drawing with charcoal to create wonderful works. He then uses the images to make animated movies.

William Kentridge drawing in his studio, Johannesburg (Copyright of the artist)

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

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

'Blue Head' (1993-98) by South African artist William Kentridge (b.1955). Drypoint, hand-painting, edition of 35, 120 x 92 cm. via David Krut Projects

'Blue Head' by South African artist William Kentridge Drypoint, hand-painting, edition of 120 x 92 cm. via David Krut Projects

William Kentridge, 'The Ten Doctors' from 'The History of the Main Complaint' 1996 Charcoal on paper

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

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