- Thursday, January 26, 2006
Date + TimeThursday, January 26, 2006
LocationPhyllis Wattis Theater
South African artist Kentridge creates profound works deploying charcoal drawings as the basis for animated films. Kentridge's labor-intensive technique involves making a drawing, filming it as a single frame, erasing, redrawing, and filming the new frame, continuing the cycle until he has a completed film. Throughout his career, Kentridge has moved between film, drawing, and theater to explore the difficult legacy of apartheid and colonialism. Join the artist for a discussion of his art practice and his influences in this evening program.
ParticipantsWilliam Kentridge, artist
Admission + Ticketing
$10 general; $8 SFMOMA members, students and seniors.
Please note: this event is sold out. There will be a live simulcast of the lecture in the Koret Visitor Education Center Center. Admission to the simulcast is free with Museum admission, and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Copresented by the San Francisco Art Institute.Sold out