William Kentridge: Black Box/Chambre Noire

Until 25 November 2012 the Jewish Historical Museum presents William Kentridges first exhibition in the Netherlands: Black Box/Chambre Noire. Over the past few decades he has developed a working method that fuses drawing, animation, collage, printmaking and theatre. His principal body of work comprises powerful charcoal drawings, which he transforms into animated films: drawing, erasing and revising as he films.
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William Kentridge: Black Box/Chambre Noire, Installation Shot. Photo: John Hodgkiss. Deutsche Guggenheim, © William Kentridge

At the end of William Kentridge’s miniature theatre piece Black Box/Chambre Noire a rhinoceros gets shot. The shooting, taken from old black and wh

William Kentridge: Black Box/Chambre Noire, Installation Shot. Photo: John Hodgkiss. Deutsche Guggenheim, © William Kentridge

William Kentridge: Black Box/Chambre Noire, Installation Shot. Photo: John Hodgkiss. Deutsche Guggenheim, © William Kentridge

William Kentridge: Black Box/Chambre Noire, Installation Shot. Photo: John Hodgkiss. Deutsche Guggenheim, © William Kentridge

William Kentridge: Black Box/Chambre Noire, Installation Shot. Photo: John Hodgkiss. Deutsche Guggenheim, © William Kentridge

William Kentridge: Black Box/Chambre Noire, Installation Shot. Photo: John Hodgkiss. Deutsche Guggenheim, © William Kentridge

William Kentridge: Black Box/Chambre Noire, Installation Shot. Photo: John Hodgkiss. Deutsche Guggenheim, © William Kentridge

William Kentridge: Black Box/Chambre Noire, William Kentridge during preparations for Black Box/Chambre Noire, 2005. Photo: Petra Hellberg. Deutsche Guggenheim, © William Kentridge

William Kentridge: Black Box/Chambre Noire, William Kentridge during preparations for Black Box/Chambre Noire, 2005. Photo: Petra Hellberg. Deutsche Guggenheim, © William Kentridge

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