William Kentridge, Walking Man. 2000, Linoleum cut, composition: 7’ 11-½” x 38-½”, sheet: 8’ 2 ½” x 38 1/2", The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Jacqueline Brody Fund, © 2010 William Kentridge.

Not Making Sense

By Catherine Wagley
Published: January 6th, 2011
William Kentridge. Drawing for the film Sobriety, Obesity & Growing Old, 1991. Charcoal and pastel on paper; 47 1/4 x 59 in. Copyright and courtesy of William Kentridge.

Breaking Character

By Ben Street
Published: December 7th, 2010
William Kentridge. Porter Series: Amerique septentrionale (Bundle on Back), 2007. Tapestry weave with embroidery, Warp: polyester, Weft and embroidery: mohair, acrylic, silk, and polyester, 122 7/16 x 90 15/16 in. Copyright and courtesy of William Kentridge.

Freeze Frame: William Kentridge’s Tapestry Projections

By Nicole Caruth
Published: December 7th, 2010
William Kentridge. The Magic Flute, 2005. Performance at Le Théatre Royal de la Monnaie, Brussels. Opera with back and front projection. Photo by and © Johan Jacobs.

Shadow and Reason in William Kentridge’s "The Magic Flute"

By Claudine Ise
Published: December 7th, 2010

William Kentridge, Georges Méliès, and the Theater of Production

By Max Weintraub
Published: December 7th, 2010
William Kentridge, "State 8," from "Copper Notes, States 0-11," 2005. Drypoint, edition of 14. Plate: 6 ½ x 8 1/8 inches (16.5 x 20.7 cm). Published by the artist, Johannesburg. Courtesy David Krut Projects, New York.

Thinking Aloud: The Prints of William Kentridge

By Sarah Kirk Hanley
Published: November 11th, 2010
Production still from the film William Kentridge: Anything Is Possible. © Art21, Inc. and The Metropolitan Opera, 2010.

Serious Play

By Emily Candela
Published: November 9th, 2010
Eve Moros Ortega, managing director, and Nick Ravich, director of production, at the Art21 offices in New York City. Photo by Ian Forster.

The Making of "William Kentridge: Anything Is Possible"

By Ian Forster
Published: November 2nd, 2010